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AstroBox Drops New EP, Liquor and Japa Season

    AstroBox Drops New EP, Liquor and Japa Season

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    AstroBox Drops New EP, "Liquor and Japa Season," Fusing Afrobeat and Soul with Real-Life Experiences
    AstroBox Drops New EP, "Liquor and Japa Season," Fusing Afrobeat and Soul with Real-Life Experiences

    AstroBox Drops New EP, “Liquor and Japa Season,” Fusing Afrobeat and Soul with Real-Life Experiences

    Nigeria’s rising afro soul star, AstroBox, has released his latest EP, “Liquor and Japa Season,” showcasing his signature sound of authentic African rhythms and soulful melodies. The EP features two tracks, “Liquor” and “Japa Season,” which draw inspiration from real-life experiences.

    AstroBox Drops New EP, "Liquor and Japa Season," Fusing Afrobeat and Soul with Real-Life Experiences

    AstroBox, born Osula Peterson Osaruese, has always been passionate about music and has been influenced by artists such as Jay-Z, 50 Cent, and Wizkid. For AstroBox, songwriting has been a form of rehabilitation and a way to express his views on social issues. His music is a reflection of the struggles and triumphs of African people, and he aims to inspire listeners to be true to themselves.

    “Liquor” is a track that tells a story of AstroBox spotting a beautiful woman and offering to buy her a drink. The song’s playful lyrics and catchy beat make it an instant hit, showcasing his ability to create fun and relatable music.

    The second track, “Japa Season,” takes a more serious tone, as AstroBox addresses the current situation in Nigeria. He starts with a prayer and then delivers a confession about the challenges faced by the country, all while maintaining his signature afrosoul sound.

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    With “Liquor and Japa Season,” AstroBox continues to push boundaries and deliver music that speaks to his audience.

    The EP is available on all major streaming platforms.

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