Jul 4, 2008, 5:24 AM
The promotions manager for Semper Fidelis, the record label for the Nigerian artist in The Gambia, Mr Musa Ndow, confirmed that there are plans for Ore Fagbenle to record to a song with Nance Nanz, but has no details as to the title of the song or the genre.
"Plans are on the way for Ore to cut a couple of tracks with Nance Nanz, but it is not in my capacity to disclose what is involved, as it is outside my capacity as promotions manager," Mr Ndow confided to this reporter, during an interview recently.
He also asserted that it can only be confirmed by the Artists & Repertoire Department of the record label, who handle such things.
Fagbenle has presently released a double single, containing such tracks as
"Send a Line to Gerald", a song talking about domestic violence with advice for
females to stand up against it, and
Semper Fidelis Entertainment is a record label interested in developing up and coming African artists. They are presently working with a number of West African artists. It was founded by Leo Perkins, a producer, singer and songwriter, who was once resident in The Gambia.
Oreoluwa, means the 'Gift of God' in her native Yoruba, which she speaks
A few months later they were holed up in a suburban studio in Fajara, a town in the outskirts of
influences range from different genres like soul, jazz, RnB, reggae, country,
folk and beyond. She has a lot Christian influences as well, like Cece Winans,
Don Connelly, Kirk Franklin, to mention but a few. She also draws a lot
inspiration from Juju musicians like Sunny Ade, Ebenezer Obey, I.K. Dairo and
various other Nigerian musicians that help to form her worldview as a young
girl growing up in a working class neighbourhood in