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NIGERIA Martinsfeelz – Secure The Bag Ft. Falz

– Secure The Bag Ft.

has got a new jam out the bag. It is titled, well, “Secure The Bag,” and features .

, who is signed to Scene One Productions, may be considered a newbie in the industry, but he is certainly aware of his gifts and where he is going … somewhere up the music sky. And yes he is here to secure the bag. Nah who poverty epp?

Secure The Bag” comes right behind “Necessary,” a song which has been adopted as the soundtrack in the series “Industreet” by FunkeJenifaAkindele.

, who recently dropped “Angels Don’t Die” (a tribute to the late on-air personality Tosyn Bucknor), had in November instituted a N100 million suit against the National Broadcast Commission for banning his video “This Is Nigeria.

The “Sweet Boy” crooner dropped “Bon Soir,” featuring Olu Maintain, days ago and then joined Omawumi to deliver “Hold My Baby.” Other recent collaborations are on M.I. Abaga’s “Lekki” (alongside Odunsi and Ajebutter22) and Soti’s “Eko (Remix).

It is December – no better time to secure the bag. So, go “Secure The Bag.” Simply stream and download “Martinsfeelz – Secure The Bag Ft. Falz” below, share on social media and join the conversation by dropping your thoughts in the comment section.

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