Face 2 Face Album by 2Baba

2Baba, formerly known as 2Face Idibia, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and record producer, highly revered in the African music industry. His debut solo album, titled “Face 2 Face,” was released on May 15, 2004. This album marked a significant turning point in his career, establishing him as a solo artist after his departure from the band Plantashun Boiz, where he was a founding member.

“Face 2 Face” includes some of his most famous tracks, such as “African Queen” and “Nfana Ibaga (No Problem).” The song “African Queen” in particular gained international fame and became an anthem across Africa, as well as featuring in the soundtrack of the 2006 comedy film, “Phat Girlz.” This album played a pivotal role in spreading the Afrobeat genre worldwide and solidifying 2Baba’s reputation as a pioneering figure in modern African music.

The “Face 2 Face” album by 2Baba (then known as 2Face Idibia) features a mix of tracks that showcases his versatility as an artist. Here’s a list of the tracks included in the album:

Nfana Ibaga (No Problem)
Ole (Thief) (featuring Freestyle)
Right Here
Holy (skit)
U No Holy Pass
African Queen
Police (skit)
Keep On Rocking (featuring Natives & Lil Seal)
Thank U Lord
Odi Ya (featuring Blackface of Plantashun Boiz)

These songs showcase a blend of reggae, R&B, and traditional African music elements, illustrating 2Baba’s unique sound and lyrical depth. “African Queen,” in particular, stands out as a landmark track that gained immense popularity and acclaim worldwide.

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