When most people think about the music of Nigeria, the first thing that
comes to mind is probably afrobeat, the darkly funky African jazz stew
popularized by bandleader Fela Kuti, himself a Yoruba from the southwestern
region of the country. Or perhaps they might mention other Yoruba musicians
such as King Sunny Ade and Ebenezer Obey, the twin pillars of the southwestern
juju style. Maybe their thoughts would glide more towards the eastern extreme
of the country, where Igbo highlife stars such as Stephen Osita Osadebe, read more ..
01 – Emamie agbo
02 – Osigwe maha
03 – Conscience (udu)
04 – Oyoyo raggae (sweet banana)
Thanks. Always love the Waziri Oshomah music here. You’ve done us all a service to post so much of it
Thanks a lot Moos. Same for me : always a great pleasure to discover a new LP from Wasiri Oshomah.
Indeed a delightful piece of head candy. Good for the conscience, knocks you unconscious, that’s the consensus. Bedank
geen dank Ian ..