AML Approved Music: ‘Baby’s Gone’ and ‘All of a Sudden’ by Omotayo (Audio)

This artist is talented. He has a smooth, sexy and fresh edge to his sound. Nevertheless, my ear is itching for something else in his vocals, especially on the ‘Baby’s Gone’ track. But, clearly strong potential and he can only get better. I’m all over that ‘All of a Sudden’ track. Love the instrumentals on it and I think I heard a piano sound that adds a highlight/ accentuation to the overall texture of the song. See if you hear it. I am sure AML music producers will pick that one up real quick. I see radios playing this track.  Take a listen folks.

All of a Sudden


Baby’s Gone


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“Omotayo is the first act signed under Slickcity-cliq records, a fresh record label in Nigeria. He also believes that music should be flexible in genre and sees it as a spontaneous overflow of any feeling whatsoever. High or low, slow or fast, weird and plain, archaic or simple, “music is music. It’s every artist’s poetry”.

Baby’s gone was produced by TomiShift, a Slickcity cliq records producer.

Omotayo’s first ever acoustically composed song “All of a sudden” was produced by WazBeat.

Contact: Tomi Shift
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