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| name            = HK PLUTORIOUS
 
| name            = HK PLUTORIOUS
| image          = Picture bio.jpg
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| image          = Hk performance.png
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| caption        = Hk Plutorious Performance
 
| origin          = [[Benin]], [[Edo State]]
 
| origin          = [[Benin]], [[Edo State]]
 
| genre          = [[Afrobeat]], [[Reggae]], [[Dancehall]], [[Reggae fusion]]
 
| genre          = [[Afrobeat]], [[Reggae]], [[Dancehall]], [[Reggae fusion]]
| occupation      = Singer, DJ, Songwriter, Entrepreneur
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| occupation      = [[Singer]], [[Disc Jockey]], [[Songwriter]], [[Entrepreneur]]
 
| years_active    = 2018 - present
 
| years_active    = 2018 - present
 
| label          = HK Worldwide
 
| label          = HK Worldwide
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| associated_acts = Phabrick. Fiveooh
 
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<b>Wilson Osamudiame Plutorious</B> (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.  
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'''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==
 
==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.<ref>https://www.concisenews.global/2018/03/24/hk-plutorious-releases-new-song-koko-love/''Concise News''. Retrieved 25 March 2018.</ref> Also ‘Papilo’<ref>https://tooxclusive.com/hk-plutorious-papilo-prod-by-fiveooh/''[[tooXclusive]]. Retrieved 24 March 2019.''</ref> and ‘what’s up’<ref>http://247ariya.com/listen-download-music-fiveooh-ft-phabrick-x-hk-plutorios-whatsup/?fbclid=IwAR1XMUsxxSSjtShEDd5Pw8u73DEI4uGNAy5sgsFQI407YVB7IqW3dVT0kmA''247ariya''. Retrieved 15 February 2019</ref> which Features HK Plutorious alongside Phabrick<ref>https://www.pulse.com.gh/entertainment/music/photos-base-dynasty-signs-manifests-cousin-phabrick/1me34jg''Pulse.com.gh. Retrieved 10 February 2017.''</ref> which were released in 2019.
 
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.<ref>https://www.concisenews.global/2018/03/24/hk-plutorious-releases-new-song-koko-love/''Concise News''. Retrieved 25 March 2018.</ref> Also ‘Papilo’<ref>https://tooxclusive.com/hk-plutorious-papilo-prod-by-fiveooh/''[[tooXclusive]]. Retrieved 24 March 2019.''</ref> and ‘what’s up’<ref>http://247ariya.com/listen-download-music-fiveooh-ft-phabrick-x-hk-plutorios-whatsup/?fbclid=IwAR1XMUsxxSSjtShEDd5Pw8u73DEI4uGNAy5sgsFQI407YVB7IqW3dVT0kmA''247ariya''. Retrieved 15 February 2019</ref> which Features HK Plutorious alongside Phabrick<ref>https://www.pulse.com.gh/entertainment/music/photos-base-dynasty-signs-manifests-cousin-phabrick/1me34jg''Pulse.com.gh. Retrieved 10 February 2017.''</ref> which were released in 2019.
  
He was also featured at the ‘Black Invasion Music Festival’ in St Petersburg Russia.<ref>https://festivalflyer.com/video/festival-highlights-hk-plutorious-performance-at-the-black-invasion-music-festival-russia-2019highlights/''FESTIVAL FLYER. Retrieved 15 June 2019</ref>
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He was also featured at the ‘Black Invasion Music Festival’[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFl2rVlj1_c] in [[St Petersburg]], [[Russia]].<ref>https://festivalflyer.com/video/festival-highlights-hk-plutorious-performance-at-the-black-invasion-music-festival-russia-2019highlights/''FESTIVAL FLYER. Retrieved 15 June 2019</ref>
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==Discography==
 
==Discography==
 
"The Sugar EP"<ref>https://newmusicweekly.com/hk-plutorious-announces-highly-anticipated-new-ep-the-sugar/''[[New Music Weekly]]. Retrieved 15 June 2019</ref>
 
"The Sugar EP"<ref>https://newmusicweekly.com/hk-plutorious-announces-highly-anticipated-new-ep-the-sugar/''[[New Music Weekly]]. Retrieved 15 June 2019</ref>
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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]

Discography

"The Sugar EP"[6]

Singles

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

References