As a sworn Manchester United fan, I'm not supposed to like a die-hard Gunner. But, just like MI, Durella's talent supersedes club boundaries. Besides, Arsenal no fit win to save dem lives at the moment. lol. That's not the point though. Dr. Frabz did his thing on the beat as usual... and thankfully, there's zero similarity with "that other guy" on this joint.
The sooner we start paying attention to talent from the East, the better for the naija music industry. We've heard the Desperate Chicks, Duncan Mighty, Resonance (Chinwe Ike), Nigga Raw, Timaya (among others), and u can be sure there's more where those came from. There's this freshness and uniqueness that comes with the sounds from Eastern Nigeria... maybe the industry should recognise it as a whole new music genre. Could there be a major power shift from Lagos to the wet zones of Port Harcourt and Enugu in 2009? With materials like this, I won't bet against it.
'Your love dey make my heart do Yori Yori'
Big-ups to DJ Dee Money for this joint. I'll take this opportunity to remind everyone in and around Lagos to "sign in" at the TIWA WORKS event happening in Victoria Island tomorrow, the 27th of December. DJ Dee Money and DJ MightyMike of Naija DJs will be on the 1s and 2s. If you miss out, In Warri, we go say "U don error!"