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Zlatan performs his latest rap single 'Road to CDK' at the Aktivated Sessions Studios.

Watch Zlatan Performing His New Single 'Road to CDK'

Zlatan performs his latest single 'Road to CDK' at the Aktivated Sessions Studios.

Nigerian artist Zlatan recently dropped his latest single "Road to CDK" which is the first track featured on his upcoming album titled CDK (Casanblan Dè Katamatophia). It's high energy and fire bars as the track sees the artist returning to just straight-up rapping instead of the Afrobeats/Afro-house melodies we were becoming accustomed to him releasing.


Produced by Mansa Jabulani, "Road to CDK" boasts an infectious hip-hop beat which sets the tone for the rest of the track. The track is a stark contrast to the slow-paced and almost pensive feel of "Life" which featured on his 2019 debut album Zanku. The artist goes in hard with a number of strong verses which are sure to put to bed any doubts around his abilities.

In his performance at the Aktivated Sessions Studios, it's simply Zlatan and the mic and no need for anything else.

CDK follows the artist's two projects Zanku and Spits on Your Graves which were both released last year. And if this latest track is anything to go by, the third project will definitely be a strong one.

Watch Zlatan performing his new single "Road to CDK" at the Aktivated Sessions Studios below:

Zlatan - Road To CDK (Official Video) www.youtube.com


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