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NEW MUSIC: "FLEX ON THE BEAT"
We’ve been cooking up something extra special and are excited to finally share our latest track with you, Flex On The Beat, an infectious Afrobeats/Pop crossover tune that’s sure to make you want to dance! We were also fortunate to have our fellow Nigerian brother, Mayowa feature on the song. In his young career, he has already toured and performed in 30 different cities across the United States and opened up for legendary artists such as Future, Kid Ink, Logic, and Ja Rule.
Needless to say there is going to be a #FlexOnTheBeatChallenge happening now that the song has officially been released so be sure to tag us in your videos on Instagram as we will be reposting them on our page and stories.
Last but not least, look out for the official video which will be dropping in a couple of weeks! Subscribe to our Youtube channel so that you are notified when it premieres. Till then hope you enjoy the track!
NEW MUSIC: "TURN ME ON"
It's been a couple months since we dropped some new music but we are back and super excited to share our latest track, "Turn Me On'", with you guys!
So, this song is interesting because it's one we originally wrote with the intention of pitching to another artist, but as is sometimes the case after recording it we ended up deciding to keep it for ourselves.
We hope you guys enjoy it and be sure to drop us a line and let us know what you think!
THE SWEETEST TABOO: SADE REVAMP
You always want to do another artist’s song justice, especially when you love them! So while our version of The Sweetest Taboo draws on the tantalizing essence of Sade’s original, we felt naturally drawn to recreating this song in our own way to give it a fresh twist.
Growing up in a household where both our parents were avid music fans, with eclectic collections ranging all the way from Mozart to Michael Jackson, and everything in between, music and the personalities behind them were always an integral part of our upbringing. A lot of times, these artists were larger than life characters and seemed to be from such a different world that, while fascinating, wasn’t really one that we had a connection to. That all changed when we discovered Sade.
As you can imagine, hearing their music and discovering that the front-woman of one of the biggest bands in the world at the time was part Nigerian immediately gave us an ability to relate to her on a different level from all the other popular artists out there. In a way, that fact made our own musical endeavors and dreams seem that much more attainable.
Hopefully we’ve done The Sweetest Taboo justice and in some small way been able to pay homage to one of our biggest influences. Definitely let us know what you think and if you like what you hear please share it with your friends!