Iconic Nigerian singer-songwriter, Oladapo Oyebanjo, known by his stage name, D’banj, has released a new album titled: “King Don Come.”
The artist, also known as the Koko Master, announced on his Instagram handle that “King Don Come” will hit the markets on Friday (today).
He wrote: “#KingdonCome 7-7-17.
“Thank you Lord for your Grace.”
The project is the Kokomaster’s fourth solo studio album since he came into limelight 12 years ago.
The art work for the cover of the new album is designed in a very creative way to interpret the title: “King Don Come.”
It was created by Nigerian visual Artist, Nduka Abii, popularly known as Duks Arts, and it employed elements from the hit HBO TV series: “Game Of Thrones.”
The album art depicts D’ banj as a medieval king sitting on a throne placed against the backdrop of a raging battle.
He is dressed in kingly robes and jewelry, with animal fur draping his shoulder, and his famous DB gold chain on his neck.
It portrays all that stands on the battle field, connoting a hard-fought victory that is straight from a legendary “story book”.
There are dragons all around and a baby fire-breather is perched on his arm, with two giant creatures loom behind his throne, and another flying in the sky.