AML Approved Artist: TRUTH’s ‘Fate Has a Plan’ Composed for Nollywood Film Director Kunle Afolayan’s ‘Phone Swap’

AML artists, TRUTH is an example of how to diversify your streams of income. Think beyond tours/concerts. Take a page from TRUTH.



Exemplary composer/writer/musician/producer TRUTH has worked with artistes, movie directors, TV stations, etc for music composition/performance/production. Some of whom are Kunle Afolayan (on Irapada and Figurine), Tope Oshin Ogun, Nodash and music/lifestyle Channel Nigezie.

The 6ft singer’s most recent job is the scoring and O.S.T composition, performance and production for Kunle Afolayan’s widely acclaimed movie PHONE SWAP which premiered last month (March). It happens to be his 1st official single as an artiste as well.

The song titled “Fate Has A Plan” was co-written by multiple award winning director NODASH and a video will be released soon.

[audio:|titles=TRUTH Fate Has a Plan Phone Swap Kunle Afolayan]

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