Cappella teams up with Lion in 'Asiko'

Rising Afro-pop artiste, Oluwasaanu Ileri Iyanu better known as Cappella has joined forces with his gifted brother Lion for a new record titled 'Asiko'.

Cappella

‘Asiko’ is a groovy Afropop song with appealing bass line, harmonious beat and excellent vocal delivery.

The brothers on the record croon about life being governed by time and pray to God to give them the good things of life in order to have fun and ‘flex’.

“I see it making a major impact in the Nigerian music industry. It’s a song people can relate to," Cappella said.

"It gives a sense of comfort, it’s a mid tempo with classic harmonies and comforting lyrics .It can be enjoyed by both young and old ones”.

On what inspired the song, Cappella said: “Asiko” means time in Yoruba language. The song is an Afro infused sound which explains the effects of time on human existence and how we are able to cope when struggling at some stages in our lives. It took few hours to compose and produce the song”.

The video of the record has also been released.

The video was shot by Abula, everyone on set was well prepared and equipped which made the production easy and smooth. It took hours to complete the video and it was a fun time working as a team on this project”.

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