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The uplifting, yet threatening, song comes after a months long social media hiatus from the Nigerian superstar, during which he's been rumored to be working on his upcoming album. Heard y'all missed me. Find out more. Yemi Alade 's new video for "True Love" is all shades of inventiveness, captivating cinematography, dazzling costumes, energetic choreography and a complementary mix of African cultures, from Lagos streetlife to Ghanaian kente dresses. This music video, directed by Nigerian music video director Paul Gambit, sees Yemi Alade, one of Nigeria's most vibrant performers, direct her stage performance energy into a delightful visual experience.
After the successful release of the…. One of the…. Vickie Moh is a beautiful multi-talented Nigerian lady. She is an entrepreneur, singer, song writer, motivational speaker and social activist…. Fast-rising Afrobeat singer, Dillo, continues his comeback trail as he secures the…. The track was…. With production assistance from Topage, mixed and…. Emerging talented singer, Kelvin 2much teams up with the King of the South Erigga to unleash this new song titled…. Nigerian songs have attained a greater height in the music industry, let me take you back to the days of Konkonbilo by Lagbaja, Showkey by Daddy Showkey to mention a few. Nigerian songs are not just about the beats, our artists are doing a great job with there lyrics as well, we dance to the tunes and also get the message of the song.
T he music comes on — a soft blend of guitar, saxophone, piano — and people sit still at first, then heads start to sway to the sound. Some hum along; mostly they sing, or laugh and dance. At the end, when quiet returns, their mood is assessed — as it was when the session started. Otegbayo realised a few years ago that some of her patients were lonely even though their loved ones visited and caregivers provided succour. So she began to share music. Now she is a musicologist alongside her main job as a renal technologist. There is a treatment gap for those with mental disorders in Africa, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. We combine a number of therapeutic approaches and tailor them to the individual. This is why it needs to be used carefully, says Otegbayo. She would like this form of therapy to be used in other Nigerian hospitals, but admits there are challenges, especially for someone who is not a member of staff.