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DOWNLOAD: Reekado Banks talks obsession for ladies in ‘Need More’
Ayoleyi Hanniel Solomon, a Nigerian singer better known as Reekado Banks, has released a new collaborative single titled ‘Need More’, which is accompanied by a lyric video.
The TBA-produced track, which was put out on Friday, features Kida Kudz.
It follows on the heels of ‘Banger’, his last collaboration, which featured Skiibii, an indigenous musician.
In ‘No More’, Reekado Banks can be heard singing about his obsession for the pleasurable things life has to offer a man of his personage — touching on wealth, alcohol, and the company of ladies.
“It’s 2 in the morning| Give me 4 shots of patron| You know I’ve been…|Pray I don’t overdose| Going slow motion| Now I’m moving like a ghost| You know I like to do the most,” his lyrics read.
“Henny in my cup| Need more| Got lotta racks | Need more| Ouuu shit the weed is out| Need more| Shawty holla at your girls| Need more.”
Reekado Banks had signed with Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records in 2014 but left the label four years later.
The talented musician has since worked with prominent singers over the course of his music career including Tiwa Savage, Don Jazzy, Korede Bello, Di’Ja, Dr SID, and D’Prince.
DOWNLOAD: ‘Need More’ By Reekado Banks
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