Entertainment Music Terry Apala – Lock Up ft. Niniola

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Terry Apala – Lock Up ft. Niniola

Entertainment Music Terry Apala – Lock Up ft. Niniola


Talented singers with unique vibe/genre, Terry Apala and Niniola finally team up for an exceptional song tagged “Lock Up”.

“Terry Apala x Niniola – Lock Up“… Apala Hip-hop Sensation, Terry Apala releases a new single titled “Lock Up” to kick start the new year and decade. He features the Queen Of Afro-house, Niniola who blessed the track with her banging vibe.

Popularly Known for his distinct voice and unique ability to infuse Apala (a traditional music genre from Nigeria) with many other genres including hip-pop, Terry Apala Delivers an aspirational tune with Niniola adding the spice needed to make this single your favorite.

“Lock Up” is a fast record in both Apala and Afro-house genre, this a real club banger that will burst speakers. The production credit of the new street vibe goes to ZakiMagic.

Listen and Enjoy!

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