A little over a month ago, Fireboy DML released his latest project, Playboy, which contains 14 tracks and a number of additional features, including Rema, Euro, Shenseea, Asake, and Ed Sheeran, in which the latter assisted on what would be an upgraded version of their smash hit, „Peru.” Earlier this week, Fireboy DML unveiled a music video for the Nigerian star’s single “All Of Us (Ashawo),” a Telz-produced offering that’s centered around infidelity:
A clip from Clarence Shot It is accompanying the announcement of this upcoming video and features Fireboy as a performing act at a packed party. A couple who is caught having separate affairs, matching the theme of the song, is seen lying in the midst of stunning women as the “Jealous” singer lays on top of them, surrounded by beautiful women.
As Fireboy explained in an interview with OkayAfrica, the title of his aforementioned album had a deeper meaning than what was given out in the title.
“There is no old-school meaning here. As a matter of fact, playboy is no longer used in that sense. In this playboy, we see a young man who decides to abandon his solitary lifestyle. The Playboy in my life enjoys playing outside, jumping off planes, getting neck tattoos, flirting with strangers, and jumping off of planes. Fireboy, in his star-studded afropop element, having fun.”