The National Broadcasting Commission, NBC has banned Ric Hassani’s recently released single, ‘Thunder fire you’.
Ric Hassani made this known on his Twitter account on Friday, February 26.
Born Ikechukwu Eric Ahiauzu, the 32-year-old revealed this in a tweet on Friday.
He said any radio station that plays it would be fined.
“So, the NBC has banned my song ‘Thunder Fire You’ and are fining radio stations that play it. Interesting,” he wrote.
‘Thunder Fire You’ was released on February 12.
On February 26, 2021, Nigeran singer, Ric Hassani released his fourth body of work, a 17-track album, ‘The Prince I Became.’ The album is a follow-up to his 2017 album, ‘The African Gentleman.’
In January 2021, Ric Hassani announced his new album on Twitter.
“My new album, God did it entirely.
How I pulled through to create all this I still don’t know.
God truly is my Everything.
If all you have is God, know that you have everything.”
The on February 5, 2021, he wrote on his Twitter that, “I put out my first album four years ago. Since then, so much has happened in my life. These songs, have been my peace, my joy, my anger, my therapy, my calm, my vex, my pain, my comfort, now it’s time for them to be yours. The Prince I Became Album, February 26th, I love you.”
The album titled, The Prince I Became will be released on February 26, 2021.
It will be a follow-up to his debut, Perfect Gentleman.