Nigerian singer Sean Tizzle drops a brand new tune “Know Person” produced by Finito. Starting 2021 with a body of work titled ‘Where You Been‘, Sean Tizzle makes progress with this new single – “Know Person“. The “Where You Been EP” is a 5 song music project with only one featured artiste; Wyclef Jean, which runs for 13 minutes (Playtime) and has Chargie as the lead single.
The song is about having people, be it family or friends to turn to in times of need and how that can be even greater than money in most cases;
Shey o da’iye mo? Ani shey o da’iye mo?
Awon te’mi bee, Omo’ko no be Prodigal
Shey o da’iye mo? omo dakun d’aiye mo
Ma lo gbe gboo, ko si emi to le da’iye
Listen to this Afrobeat/Amapiano tune here .
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