Bracket is a Nigerian Afropop and R&B music duo composed of Obumneme Ali a.k.a. “Smash” and Nwachukwu Ozioko a.k.a. “Vast” Bracket started as a three-man music group before a member called Bishop dropped out. The duo is currently signed to Ape Planet and is best known for releasing hit singles like “Happy Day”, “Yori-Yori” and “Ada Owerri” which received several positive reviews and airplay. Vast and Smash grew up in Nsukka, Enugu State, where they used to attend campus shows while growing up. Vast has a diploma and a degree in Mass Communication from the Institute of Management Technology, Enugu, and the University of Nigeria respectively while Smash has a diploma in Social Works and a degree in Psychology after graduating from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Albums Released are; Happy Day (2006), Least Expected (2009), Cupid Stories (2011), and Alive (2015)
“African Woman” is their debut song for the year 2020 after a long break off, the last time they were heard of was in 2019 with the song “Ebenebe“.