Pheropizzle deftly registers himself in Nigerian music with “Element”

Pheropizzle creates relaxed/chilled bops that exist softly in the background with melodies that make you unconsciously bop your head. When he transitions from groovy background sounds, his music turns into fast tempo dance songs that highlight his affiliation with Marlian Music. Songs like “Do!,” which features Mohbad, shows his knack for club banging melodies. With “Element,” Pheropizzle aims to create a sense of emotional calm for listeners, deftly using his voice to express the emotions he feels.

Born Ojo Oluwaferanmi David, Pheropizzle is a 20-year old artist and group leader of Pizzle Movement; a creative community. As a creative, music came to him from writing rap verses that imitated his musical influences while in secondary school. The transition from being a hardcore rap fan to making music that reflects who he is started in 2016 and saw him release experimental singles in an attempt to find his style.

He started gaining attention and a following online with the release of Jiggle Bounce in early 2020. His subsequent releases “No Cap” and a two-pack single, “Juju Man on Deck” saw him chart on the Nigerian iTunes chart at No. 6 and 5 respectively. His unique style and growing following have earned him accolades from Naira Marley who considers Pheropizzle to be an affiliate act of Marlian Music.

His debut EP, “Element” points at one thing, being himself. He draws inspiration from the things that make him unique; friends he considers family, musical influences and his emotions to create music. As for him, music is not just a medium of expression for artists but a means to influence people into understanding their emotions. Coming from a place of calmness and realising his musical influences, “Element” sees his deep baritone vocals and laid back delivery of rap like flows over heavy-hitting groovy drums. Pheropizzle is a fresh artist on the block who should definitely be on your radar.

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