Sarkodie’s feature on American-Nigerian Rapper, Jidenna’s new EP is out. The ‘Glory‘ act is featured on ‘Bambi Too’ alongside Maleek Berry and Quavo (a member of musical trio, Migos.)
Jidenna’s new six-track EP is titled ‘Boomerang.’ Wale, Tiwa Savage, and Burna Boy are also featured on the project.
Jidenna is an American hip hop recording artist and record producer.
In 2015, Jidenna released two singles, “Classic Man” and “Yoga”, promoting Janelle Monáe’s label Wondaland Records’ compilation EP The Eephus with Epic Records.
His debut album, The Chief was released on February 17, 2017. Jidenna is signed to Janelle Monáe’s Wondaland Records label and distributed through Epic Records.
He has collaborated with a number of artists that are signed to this label; including Roman GianArthur, St. Beauty, Deep Cotton and Janelle Monáe herself, and then began recording a five-song compilation of its label’s first extended play (EP), titled The Eephus.
In February 2015, Jidenna released his first official single, called “Classic Man” featuring GianArthur. The song was in heavy rotation throughout the United States,and debuted at number 49 on Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.
On March 31, 2015, the second single from the EP was released – “Yoga” by Janelle Monáe and Jidenna. His song “Classic Man” was nominated for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration at the 58th Grammy Awards. In June of the same year, Jidenna performed the song with Monáe at the BET Awards. Jidenna also received an award for best new artist at the 2015 Soul Train Music Awards in November.7]
Jidenna is a founding member of Fear & Fancy, a social club that began in California in 2006. The society, reminiscent of the social aid and pleasure clubs of New Orleans, is an international collective of entrepreneurs, activists, educators, scientists, and artists who host soirees, dinner parties, and demonstrations.
In June 2016 he released the single “Chief Don’t Run”. On February 17, 2017, Jidenna released The Chief, his first studio album. The album cover pays homage to Boz Scaggs’ Middle Man album.