AY Hydra whose real name is Ayooluwa Ajiboye, has released his much awaited debut EP, titled ‘6/25’, over a year since his debut single, ‘Solace’ featuring 7th.
Being a huge fan of J. Cole, storytelling is right up AY Hydra’s alley. Hence the EP is a reflection of his mind, touching on different topics ranging from domestic violence to personal life experiences.
Welcoming listeners to the EP is ‘6/25’, the first song on the track list; after which the entire EP is named. It highlights some of the rapper’s life experiences, focused on himself for his self-healing and finding closure. Through his unique ability to play on words, he catches the full attention of listeners, keeping them engrossed and looking forward to more.
On ‘She Said’, the artiste explores and showcases his versatility, delving into Afro Fusion and didn’t fail to deliver. Next in line is the RnB song, ‘Fantasy’ with help from Koel, who delivers a masterpiece via her vocals, creating a masterpiece which should definitely be added to every RnB playlist.
He brings in an interlude with ‘Art Of Rap Freestyle’, before moving on to yet another Afro fusion song, ‘Workin’ featuring Koel, who once again doesn’t fail to deliver premium service. At the latter end of the EP, AY Hydra decided to include his last two previously released singles, ‘Folake’ featuring Segun Aniyi and ‘Broken’.
All songs on the EP were mixed and mastered by Segun Aniyi, with a variety of producers – Chike San (tracks 1-3), Eeryskies (track 4), Segun Aniyi (tracks 5 & 6), and Zane 98 (track 7). The cover art was created by Daniel Chiwuzoh.
A debut EP doesn’t get any better than this, with ‘6/25’ serving as a window into his person, due to his ability to tell stories and pass his message across, while keeping his audience captivated.
‘6/25’ the EP is available now across all streaming platforms and you can listen via the Fanlink here.