Artist Tizzie Rebrands as Jhbril and Unveils Debut Single “Babylon”

After much anticipation, Jhbril FKA Tizzie is embarking on an exciting new chapter in his career, announcing a significant name change to Jhbril along with the release of his debut single, “Babylon.”

“Babylon,” Jhbril’s debut single, is set to be released on February 23rd 2024. The track promises to be a compelling blend of Amapiano & Afrobeats, showcasing his versatility as an artist. With poignant lyrics and an infectious melody, “Babylon” invites listeners to experience a sonic journey that transcends genres.

Name Change Rationale:
Jhbril, formerly Tizzie, shares, “The name change represents a rebirth and a deeper connection to my artistic identity. It’s a reflection of personal and creative growth, and I can’t wait for my fans to embark on this transformative journey with me.”

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Born on October 3rd, Jhbril, formerly known as Tizzie, is a Nigerian artist seamlessly combining Amapiano and Afro Drill genres. Demonstrating his versatile talents, he transcends traditional rapper roles, showcasing proficiency as a singer and songwriter. A graduate of Ekiti State University, he released his debut EP in 2018, including a successful single with Zinoleesky titled “Frenemies.” With over a million streams, this emerging artist draws inspiration from musical influences like Burna Boy, Dave, and Wizkid.

Jhbril has captivated audiences with his unique musical style and creative vision. The transition to the new name reflects a profound artistic evolution, symbolizing his growth and commitment to pushing boundaries in the music industry.
“I am thrilled to share this pivotal moment with my fans. ‘Babylon’ is a sonic representation of my artistic vision, and I can’t wait for everyone to immerse themselves in the music.”

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Join Jhbril on this transformative journey and stay tuned for “Babylon”

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