Nú Baby delivers Tampico, a smash track that combines his mesmerizing melodies, seductive island beat, and passionate lyrics. It depicts a love-struck Nú Baby who is enamored by his love interest’s attractiveness and wholly consumed by the desire to woo her.

The song’s layers of energetic afro-drums, melodic guitar chord arrangements, and saxophone playing with an afro-jazz influence were produced by Hyphen and Gmastered. It is a musical experience that makes you want to move, with catchy, seductive lyrics.

Nú Baby is a Toronto-based independent afro-pop artist who genre-shifts, explores, and absorbs influences from various genres, including Soul, R&B, Pop, Afrobeat, and Grime, while infusing his own afro-infused style through his Nigerian Pidgin and English lyricism to create his own distinctive afro-pop and afro-soul style.

He is well-known for fusing afro-drums and afro-jazz saxophone in his EP “All The Love I Need.” It includes the upbeat dance music “Danc/O” and the melancholy “Red Light Interlude,” which combine Grime, RnB, and Afrobeat influences. An afro-jazz saxophone rendition of “What Can I Do?” is calming.

Nú Baby’s pursuit of afro-influenced tunes that make you want to sing and dance continues with Tampico.


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