The much-awaited ‘OPẸ album is launched for the first time by Nigerian Grammy-winning recording artist and percussionist, Sikiru Adepoju.
Recounting the days of discharge, Mansark Information, The AfroWest Music Hub, said the field is now open to followers, to a popuri of alternative music poured collectively among the world’s greatest people.
The official launch of OPẸ (Yoruba-Nigeria phrase for gratitude) follows the disclosure of three appetizing singles from the collection: “Aja” (I am the soul); “Gone ‘somewhere”; And “Take Me House, Nation Roads” – a remake of John Denver’s iconic tune of the same title.
Different title from 9-track album Avatar: “Deed Afrika” (Wake Up Africa); “Idaji” (dawn); “I’ll take you there”; “Italic Tammy” (my success); “Palm liqueur”; And “Lana Deva” (clear approach).
Redeem Docs sets goals to enjoy the music of African descent and uses it with a variety of new flavors, says Adepoju: ‘The hope behind the album is to unite individuals into a celebration of life and goodness, ‘ Adepeju says.
Based on the founder / CEO of Mansmark Information, Prince Ayo Manuel Aisibettu, Sikiru Adepozu as well as some prominent members of the Rhythm Docs have faced many twists and turns during the creation course.
‘The unwavering dedication of Sikiru Adepozu, often supported by his friend of a few years, Val Serrant, is the last resort. Sikiru insists on starting his own desires, no matter how long it takes, for anyone to feel inspired will dare to promote himself more. The life sequence of the album is to uplift the spirits of individuals and ignite the essence of the OPẸ within the listener. When the feeling of the OPẸ awakens in you, you will notice the great in every scenario. Ẹ PẸ, embracing the feeling of gratitude, can cut back a lot of stress in our lives as we rework into higher and extra loving human beings. Unleash the feeling of ỌPẸ in you, ”he says.
The album’s choices are recognized by musicians, Giovanni Hidalgo, Zakir Hussain, Audio Angel (Rashida Clendening), Ozeyzeldin, Bola Abimbola, Lindsay Shust, Paul Tao El-Shadai, Sammy Fayosh, along with useless and firm keyboardist Jeff Chemty, Longtime Bob Weir collaborator and onetime Primus drummer Jay Lane and extensive panic bassist Dave Faculty and furthermore Babatunde Olatunji.