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By Eseosa BeloOsagie — 1 year ago
Deji Abdul is a UK-based Afro-Pop/Afro-Soul/R&B singer. The First Class graduate and Masters Degree holder began his active pursuit of music in 2016 with the release of his debut single Hold You Down. The song hit 9k plays on SoundCloud in less than a week. Deji’s unique blend of these three genres has made has made him a success in his own right with other great tracks like Lifestyle and Summer ’17.
He just released the video for his single Bandana. Ladies, you know those songs that just go straight to your waist? This is one of them. The BathingMontel-produced Afro-Pop mid-tempo joint is perfect for any turn up.Post Views: 404
By The PGM Club — 3 years ago
From working with top acts like Davido to being featured by media outlets like MTV, The FADER, Apple Music/Beats 1 just to name a few, selling out his summer debut concert and now being nominated for a MOBO award for the second time, 2016 has definitely been a good year for Moelogo.Post Views: 313
By Victor Aderibigbe — 10 months ago
Femi Leye is the latest in the long list of artists to work with Bigfootinyourface this year, particularly on his Downtempo Friday series. On the eighth instalment of the highly collaborative weekly series, both acts join forces to create a brilliant work of art titled ‘Fireflies‘.
Femi Leye, a popular multi-talented guitarist who has toured several continents including North America and Europe with the 79th Element bad which he co-founded with Adekunle Gold has also worked with the creme de la creme of the industry including Burna Boy, Brymo, Don Jazzy and Tiwa Savage.
On this record, Femi Leye’s skill as a guitar mastreo is on full display as he delievers a masterful lengthy but piercing solo over the background sound of a burning fireplace. This is a song best enjoyed lying faced up while staring at the clouds with your earphones plugged in at the loudest volume. Thank me later.
Definitely a record for the soul. EnjoyPost Views: 221