Nigerian recording artist Prettyboy D-O has released a new single titled “Korokoro,” following the success of his previous release “It’s Different.” The new single is an infectious offering that showcases the singer’s unique blend of Afrobeats, hip hop, alté, dancehall, and R&B. It comes just after the singer announced that he had been working on a short film with the same name.
“Korokoro” is the second official single from Prettyboy D-O and features catchy instrumentals, hard-hitting one-liners, and infectious lyrics that will leave listeners wanting more. The song is based on the concept of dishonest or unfair acts to gain an advantage over someone or in a situation, with the entire tune revolving around this theme. Prettyboy D-O describes it as a call to action for listeners to protect themselves from people who may try to profit off them.
The song has already received a lot of attention on social media, with the artist posting a picture that showed one of his eyes had been damaged with the caption “They chop my eye. Na wetin motivate this chapter.” The song’s lyrics reflect this theme of being a fighter, with lines like “pray my pride never be a weakness. If I fall, let my ops never bear witness,” and “all the fake love me I no like am, cause I wear shades no mean say I no sight am.”
Produced by DARE, “Korokoro” is a record for the fighters at heart and marks a new chapter for Prettyboy D-O. The artist has been making waves in the Nigerian music scene since the release of his debut mixtape “Everything Pretty,” which reached the number one spot on iTunes. He was also nominated for The Headies 2022 Best Reggae and Dancehall Album. With each release, Prettyboy D-O proves that he is a young and talented artist carving out a legacy for himself one record at a time.