Sheyman is a self-proclaimed ‘King of Melody.’ But I can totally see why, after listening to his latest track ‘Hello.’ The hook is definitely catchy and infectious, one that consciously and unconsciously caused me to hit the replay button quite a number of times. Sheyman also has strong vocals and shows range throughout the song.
SIDE NOTE: This is great. On Africamusiclaw.com, you all get to know my personal preferences. Yes, it is strictly about the Nigerian and Ghanaian artists I would personally rock to. It ends up not feeling too much like work. I hope I can keep it that way when this site takes off, which it will.
BACK TO SHEYMAN: I would totally rock to this. Check Sheyman out and share with me your thoughts, now that you know mine.
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“Oluseyi .A. Ademoye born in Nigeria and from Ogun State, better known by his stage name Sheyman, The King Of Melody, is a Nigerian R&B singer-songwriter, and music producer.
In the music industry, Sheyman a major player in the field has been an eminent force to be reckoned with. Apart from being a musician that has featured on various hit tracks likes “My Pain” (tribute to Dagrin), “Turn Me Around” by Kenny Saint Brown, “Kowonje” by Big Bamo, and his own evergreen hit single – “Hotter Than Fire” (Kondo Olopa), which he produced, he has also produced award winning songs like “Shayo” by Bigiano, among others.
Sheyman has performed in quite a number of shows, concerts and events featuring local and international artists including Wayne Wonder and the hot due Brick n Lace. . .”
His Facebook Fan page.
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