It was a pleasant evening at the listening party of the highly anticipated album by one of the country’s foremost artites, Bez, as friends and colleagues in the industry gathered together to support their friend.
Guests At Bez’s ‘Gbagyi Child’ Listening Party
It was a pleasant evening at the listening party of the highly anticipated album by one of the country’s foremost artites, Bez, as friends and colleagues in the industry gathered together to support their homie
The party was well attended by media personalities, singers, designers and whoever makes up a celebrity, for instance his lovely wife, Tito Idakula, Kaylah Oniwo, Makida Moka, Olisah Adibua, Seyi Shay, Audu Maikori, Lala Akindoju, OC Ukeje and many others to mention but a few.
The album was produced by ace music producer, Cobhams Asuquo as a live recorded album with live instruments from the guitar, piano, drums and also making it sound a little like soft jazz for the cool headed.
It was gathered that Marcie Chapa, who is Beyonce’s percussionist also included some of his skills and some other drum sounds from Nassarawa , which is were Bez hails from, not forgetting his roots.
The album is scheduled for release in November 2015 with tracks like Hold you down, If to say, You suppose know, There’s a fire, Breathe, Eternity and many more hot tracks that makes you enjoy the aesthetics of good music.
The album features quite a number of talents but there’s a sweet track with Simi, a rock music designed for the international audience. There was also a question and answer segment which had contructive criticisms but most of all appreciation and letting the guests into the world of Bez Idakula.
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