I love all genres of music, a music lover at heart BUT, there is absolutely no substitute for my first love when it comes to music i.e. hip-hop. The wordsmith in me resonates most with this form.
Accordingly, it’s a HAPPY FRIDAY! and a weekend sign off from me by leaving you all with this dope song from Poe complete with some great visuals by Wale Davies. Folks don’t sleep on Nigeria’s music industry. We have a long way to go but we sure have some great talents.
Have a great weekend my good people. Peace, I’m out.
(Lyrics I love: “My brother I am not your car, don’t push me to get started.” Looooooooooool!)
With TAPseason gaining momentum, Poe invites listeners to look on as he takes his own brand of rap to the streets of Lagos. Ko Ye Won’s locations may be familiar to some, but the vivid simplicity of the video is something new and refreshing in an industry where extravagance is king.
Wale Davies and ShotbyShakes deliver a colorfully captivating video that showcases the leader of the New Era doing what he does best . . .”
Enjoy this vibrant video and don’t be surprised when you find yourself chanting “sebi mo ti so fun won tele/I’m pretty sure I told ’em before”
Above all continue to #talkaboutpoe
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