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Inside Nilton’s Commander album

Nilton takes us into his debut album and why you should buy it!

Known for his high fashion sense and great tracks for all moods, Nilton is back at it again and this time, with so much more to offer. The northern-based singer has been engaging his Instagram followers with what they can expect from him this year.

The singer opened up to unwrap.online on his latest project that is yet to drop. According to him, the title of the album reflects the person he is.

” My album title will is #Commander. I looked at myself and the type of music I do, I named my album commander because I dare to command the inner ego that forces me to do any music,” he says.

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Being his first album, the singer who is also a professional barber says he is inspired by bu local and international acts such as Exit, Wiz Kid and Diamond Platnumz. The album will have different voices including those of up and coming kings who are currently killing the music scene such as Sejo Mind, K-Dio, and King Elegant.

” It is going to be out of this world. I will announce the launching date as the time nears. I promise you that it is everything the nation has been waiting for. I am grateful for the opportunity to make music and to have people support me,” he said.

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