With the release of his new track, Fididi featuring DJ Spinall, Flash officially heralds his comeback. The last time he graced our ears with his talents was in 2020, when he was a featured artist on the debut album by comedian-turned-musician, Basketmouth, titled “World People”. Since then, he has ghosted on his fans with his music. On the song, he was featured alongside BOJ.
With his unusual withdrawal from the music scene and the peaking of the too many gen z performers in Nigeria, the singer, who had been dubbed “Moses of the next generation,” may have seen his name lose its association with the title tag. Even though he has a reputation for creating hits thanks to his unquestionably golden catalog, the singer may need to over-feed his audience with great tunes that are likely stored on hard drives.
Flash made his debut in the music industry in 2016 on a tune by Sarz called Get Up, which also featured DJ Tunez. On Tropicana in Show Dem Camp’s Palm Wine Music 2 Album, he provided the ideal Naija summer song. He also once again collaborated with the delicious producer Sarz to generate a monster hit, Balanciego. Additionally, DJ Neptune shared a piece of the “talented pie” in Ojoro—he featured Dbanj, the koko maestro, in the song. He has repeatedly shown that he is a step beyond his contemporaries in the music world.
With Fididi, the artist delivered excellently on the mapiano track; we can hear the influence of Ajegunle’s sanko vibe, a genius idea from the producer of the song— Masterkraft. With its clear-as-crystal lyrics and obvious appeal to his female followers, the song is most certainly written with the intention of getting their bodies moving as soon as it begins. As a fan of good music, this author has played the song repeatedly and continues to do so. Who knows if the musician infused the track with an addictive substance?
Flash has demonstrated with this stunning rendition that he is absolutely unmatched in his field and in creating music that is pure gold. We are hopeful that the exceptional singer lingers and gives us more music; he needs to start employing his title phrase once more, given that he is the “Moses of our next generation” as we believe him to be.
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