A Los Angeles native, Darlington Chika Njoku has revealed a decision to collaborate with Canadian music sensation, Tory Lanez Njoku, popularly known as Trilly is Nigerian-American socialite, ex-sportsman, and budding hip hop and Afropop
Trilly said he decided to go into music fully at the beginning of 2019, following a career as a professional basketballer
and a world traveller.
Trilly was born September 16, 1992, to Nigerian immigrants (Marcel and Theresa Njoku) and was raised in Los Angeles.
Growing up, he said he was greatly influenced by Tory Lanez, Lil Baby, Sade Adu, among others.
His debut track, I Like was released on March 5, 2019. Trilly also describes his upbringing as a black, very strict.
With his tentacles spread across varied genres, exotic inspirations and new affiliations with the likes of Tory Lanez and Joe Moses, Trilly believes he has what it takes to take over the industry.
The singer is gearing up for the release of his first single in over a year, titled “AY BISHHH.”
He made the announcement on his Instagram page with a teaser video and promised to release the new single with an accompanying visual shot in the United States.
Trilly, is a socialite who is usually referred to as the life of the party and the king of fun which can be seen across his social media pages, he has also collaborated with Tory Lanez & Joe Moses with many more features to come.
“Despite his limited discography which holds just one single, his debut, the Ljay Currie-produced I Like, released in early 2019, the budding artist is relentless and taking on the industry this year with the kind of work ethic only musicians seeking a breakthrough adopt”.
“Cutting across different industries and cultures, Trilly’s multicultural identity has obviously set things in motion for him, along with his unique flow, suggestive approach to the mainstream, and short catalog of likable singles.
He’s definitely one to watch out for” the Culture Custodian wrote
Reported by: Vincent Paul