After weeks of teases, wild anticipation and a handful of singles, Korede Bello’s new EP, “Table For Two” is finally here. Lead by ‘Morire’ and ‘Micasa Sucasa’, the 5-track project is now available at all major DSPs.
For this EP, The Mavin Records signee works with a gifted line of producers including Rexxie, Princeton Beats, Ozedikus and label mate Johnny Drille. The engineering of the project is majorly handled by Burssbrain save for ‘Sunmomi’ which was mixed by Princeton.
Enjoy the project above.
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Today, the trio releases their long-awaited debut album, “Pioneers.” and reaffirms their pertinent role in the founding of the culture-shifting movement.
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The album is credited with production works from an array of skilled producers such as Pheelz, Adey, Genio, Higo, and the Beatmeister himself, GMK.
One thing that strikes you as you try to give “Pioneers” a spin is its eccentric cover art. The Basquiat-esque album art titled Midnight Friends is designed by Nigerian visual artist Anedu Edozien. A perfect fit for the iconic album, it portrays the community, style, creativity, and the rebelliousness of Lagos youth culture.
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