Terry Apala is on a winning streak this year thrilling his fans with hit after hit. Following the release of his critically acclaimed cover to Ed Sheeran’s hit single shape of you, Terry Apala teams up with Big brother Naija Runner-up Bisola, on a Mid-tempo tune titled “Bad Girl”
Terry Apala shows his versatility once again on “Bad Girl”, the song produced by Benie Macaulay tells an intriguing story of how he meets a lady and wants to be with her, with a top notch sound as usual, it is evident he is set to strongly sit on the throne as the “New Skool King”
Praised music artiste Terry Apala covers Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” and he stole the show, owning every second as he took on the smash.The cover is already getting massive plays on The Beat 99.9 FM; showing Terry Apala is bound to rule.
With his selection as one of MTV Base’s artistes to watch this year, indigenous afro-pop/fusion artiste Terry Apala has released his first single of the year, a thumping mid tempo song called ‘Social Media’. In his signature Apala Hip-Hop style, Terry sings about the unrealistic portrayal of their lives that social media encourages people to do for public affirmation.
Despite the strong moral message, Terry’s delivery on the Pitch produced track is sure to make it a fan favourite. If this is any indication of what he has in store this year, it is truly going to be the year ‘Two Thousand and Apala’.
Oga Boss brought us ‘I Can’t Hear You” remix and has quickly shared another hot single off his latest album.
Illy recruits fast emerging indigenous femcee – Lucy Q and Terry Apala for the final remix of his popular Street Anthem, Chukwu Agozigo Gi.
With “Modernize” still popping up the charts and then dropping arguably one of the biggest songs in 2016 in “Champagne Shower” while collaborating with the A-listers like Flavour, DJ Jimmy Jatt, etc, there seems to be no stopping NelsonJack Entertainment’s TERRY APALA at the moment as the man himself comes through once again with another tune dubbed OMIDAN, accompanied with visuals.
Directed by Michael Williams, TERRY APALA shows his sultry side on this one and as always, delivered in a fascinating fashion which should finally silence the doubters. It’s very safe to say that Terry Apala is definitely here to stay.