HK Plutorious

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Musical artist

Wilson Osamudiame Plutorious (born 1 July 1992), better known by his stage name HK Plutorious" is a Russian Based Nigerian dancehall singer. He records mostly in Afrobeat, Patois Dancehall.

Music career

HK Plutorious has 4 songs currently enjoying massive airplay, amongst which are, ‘The chicks and the Monster’ which has a dancehall groove, ‘Koko Love' which has a sweet and melodious afrobeat tune, and turned out to be one of fans favourite, was released in 2018.[1] Also ‘Papilo’[2] and ‘what’s up’[3] which Features HK Plutorious alongside Phabrick[4] which were released in 2019.

He was also featured at the ‘Black Invasion Music Festival’[1] in St Petersburg, Russia.[5]


"The Sugar EP"[6]


  • "koko love" (2018)
  • "the chicks and the monster" (2018)
  • "papilo" (2019)
  • "what's up" (2019)