Enjoy elements of Nigerianness-tinges of yoruba and broken-on a smokin’ trap beat, with happy shrieks, whistles, pants and enthusiastic ‘ehs’. Of course, my favourite line most definitely is ‘The most fly gives props to the Most High’.
Sung on G Major, of course Lara George mesmerises us with her high and soronous voice and a delicious South African vibe in the soundtrack, serenading us on how no one is like God, the Ancient of Days, the one with whom there is no fear.
Reminiscing on music, I have never for once forgotten the legendary Lady Esse Agesse, with her unforgetable hit ‘Peppersoupe’. Becoming a gospel musician, with her renewed spirit added even more verve to her music. I fondly remember the track, ‘Ara Eba Mi Yo’…
I don’t know if anybody knows this, but Phishaman is one of my favourite rappers, so I’ve been waiting for a new track from him for time. Bt-dubs, he’s the rapper on Ty Bello’s ‘The Future Remix’. This review will feature his spanking new track in addition to an old favourite!
While Nosa is stealthily pulling the suspense card on his upcoming singles…Nosa’s soul is clearly heavy, featuring varied sub genres of soul, rnb, highlife, reggae…he goes all ‘pidginy’ one minute, and then sings in stellar anglais the next…I also love the percussive feel of this album
While we’re counting down to Sola Allyson’s October event (and waiting patiently for Ty Bello’s new single, ‘Land of Promise’, I decided to do a throwback review to celebrate my favourite tracks from Sola, Cobhams and Ty: ‘Isinmi’, ‘ Ordinary People’ and ‘Thirsty’.