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’.
I fondly remember the ‘Eji Owuro’ love song, as well as other moving pieces in her albums.
If you’re into classical pieces, I’m sure you’ll have a good time, going by the graphic design of the creative above.
Her riffs are tried and tested, and her message is old and legendary. Her vocals are not in any way approximate. They are spot on. This record is ultimate perfection to me!
There’s nothing cooler than live Christian music on a work day, with the presence of God more palpable than ever to pump you into work mode.
I’m proud to announce Gaise’s revolutionary concert coming up on the 8th of May, and I’m super psyched because it’s gonna be amazing.
It promises to different, featuring a couple of artistes and comedians including 9ice. I still remember 9ice’s ‘Photocopy’ fondly, which was a fusion of Yoruba and Rock and I absolutely adored it, because it was a heartfelt expression of his uniqueness