Bloody Civilian Ignites The Music Scene With Debut EP ‘Anger Management’

Nigerian Singer-Producer Unleashes A Sonic Revolution, Setting The Stage For A Global Afro-pop Phenomenon

Nigerian singer and producer, Bloody Civilian, has made a thunderous entry into the global music scene with her debut EP ‘Anger Management’, released via Def Jam Recordings/0207 Def Jam UK. The EP, which has been highly anticipated by fans and critics alike, showcases Bloody Civilian’s unique blend of Afro-pop, R&B, and dance music, marking her as a rising star in the global music industry.

Bloody Civilian, born Emoseh Khamofu, first caught the world’s attention with her debut single “HTKAM (How to Kill a Man)”. The track, a potent mix of seductive and sadistic tones, was hailed as a “firecracker of a debut single” by i-D. Her unique sound, which blends Afro-pop and psychedelia with elements of her West African heritage, has been praised by CLASH as a “true outer national vision”.

The artist’s debut EP ‘Anger Management’ has been making waves since its release. The track “I Don’t Like You” has already become a trending anthem, with over 43K sound creates online and a spot at #85 on the Official Top 100 Turntable Charts. The song also held the number 1 position on the Turntable Top Alternative/Dancehall chart for two consecutive weeks. With over a million streams to date, the track has received widespread critical acclaim.

The EP offers a comprehensive view of Bloody Civilian’s expansive vision, with standout tracks like “Mad Apology” and “Come From” showcasing her evocative vocals and unique soundscapes. The full tracklist includes “Escapism”, “HTKAM”, “Family Meeting”, “Mad Apology”, “I Don’t Like You”, and “Come From”.


  1. Escapism
  2. HTKAM
  3. Family Meeting
  4. Mad Apology
  5. I Don’t Like You
  6. Come From

Bloody Civilian’s journey in music began in her home city of Abuja, Nigeria. She taught herself music production at the age of 12 using an audio editing app. Her breakout debut single, “How to Kill a Man”, took a bold stance against misogyny and social injustice, earning her recognition and acclaim. She also made a significant impact with her collaboration with Rema on the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Soundtrack, further solidifying her place in the music industry.

With the release of ‘Anger Management’, Bloody Civilian is set to take the world by storm. Her unique sound, authenticity, and ability to defy musical categorization position her to make a lasting impact on the global music scene. As she continues to share her music and herself with the world, there’s no doubt that Bloody Civilian is a name we’ll be hearing a lot more of in the years to come.


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