HAPPY NEW WEEK AML PEOPLE!
The weekend was filled with so many industry parties and weddings with two significant ones being Peter Okoye of P-Square’s traditional wedding and Tiwa Savage’s bachelorette party. I hope your weekend was great.
Alright folks. On your marks, get set, let’s get it people! Let’s set off this week on the right note.
I can’t think of a better song to kick off the week than this awesome smash hit single from Dr. Sid titled ‘Surulere’ featuring Don Jazzy. I listened to it over the weekend and I haven’t stopped hitting the replay button. I love it!! The song essentially speaks about the importance of patience and how the things you strive for ultimately does work out, regardless of the people or obstacles that get in your way, if you exercise patience and persist.
Great song, great message.
Don Jazzy is such a prolific hit maker! This song has such great cross over appeal, among old and young, and I can already see it being played at practical every event possible. It is crazy how he creates such magic. As for Dr. Sid, I must say I am very impressed. He has done a 180 degree turn, is fiercely focused on his craft and is doing a great job rebranding as a business man both on and offline. Anyone remember the launch of his cookie brand ‘indulge?’ I hope he keeps this up.
Enjoy and have a healthy and productive week ahead.
Now singing/and dancing. . .
Dem think say I go die out.
Whether you like it or not, I go cash out . . .
Na my destiny go standout . . .
. . . Ehn ehn ehn ehn/Nitori olorun lorun
Rehn rehn rehn rehn/Oya e ma rerin lo
. . .Suru/Surulere/Suru laiye mi
Suru laiye mi o/Surulere oremi
Suru laiye mi o/Surulere/Suru laiye mi o
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