Black Magic: A “Starving Artiste”

Proving that silence is not necessarily oblivion of all that is in the entertainment industry, Black Magic breaks all doubt about his place among the “stars” with the release of his third studio album, Black Magic 3.0.

To tick his name “present” on the list of relevant “stars” in the industry after a long nod of silence, the Afro-fusion star, this time, reveals “Starving Artiste” as his point for notice.

Following up his sophomore LP, ‘Version 2.0’ album, the Black Magic 3.0 comprises 13 tracks, with ‘No Need,’ ‘Bad Intentions’ and ‘Anything 4 Love’ as well as vocal contributions from singer like Tems and rapper, BigBad as it’s must-look out for.

Blackmagic 3.0, With his Baritone vocals spells the growth and struggles of artiste dealing with pressure, vanity, doubt, masculinity and relationship issues.

Plus, the star didactically preaches the need to be versatile to stay afloat in the industry, ensuring a mish-mash of genres to get the recognition as being known by one genre is no longer enough, saying the true test of artistry has become versatility, experimentation and expansive pallets.

To ensure a refreshing vibe, the artiste had amazing producers like Spax, Ikon, Xela and Bond at the backend spice up the album.

Is this album a “remember me” strategy for Black Magic or a vibe giver as usual?

Below is the link to stream the album.

Let’s go find out.

Remember, music is life and Afrobeats and its “siblings” are for living.

Enjoy the Magic, dance to the beats.

In the comment section, put down your thoughts about the album.

Bright M. Esagbodje

Author: Bright M. Esagbodje

Mathias Bright is a serial professional with content creation as his core. He is a reporter with Bond FM and the founder of a media brokerage organization called, B&B MEDIA WORLD.

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