Meet The Music Director Behind The Nigerian Music Masterpiece “Uncle Suru” By Jon OgahMay 11, 2015
For many in the music sphere, artists are judged and respected by the popular songs they keep churning out from their stables, but who is the brain behind the musical direction of the popular hit ‘Uncle Suru‘ by Jon Ogah?
Born Bakare Michael Seyifunmi in the late 80s, this music guru also known as Seyikeyz is making music just beyond the combination of sounds and fingers tinkering, as evident in the song, ‘Uncle Suru‘ by Big Brother Naija‘s fake housemate, Jon Ogah.
Bringing this music to life, Seyifunmi makes soulful music direction ring a thoughtfulness in the listeners’ ears in a way that many can only find in the artistry of global music geniuses.
The song starts off with a welcoming intro that settles the soul, inviting the audience into the plethora of the evening sun mixed with serenading nature’s calmness at the seaside on a Saturday night.
Make no mistake, Seyifunmi directs Jon Ogah‘s voice in a flux of musical notes, rhythm and cruise control you’ll find in listening to sinful pleasures and undeniable guilty pleasure – what more can the ears ask for if not Eargasm?!!!
Seyifunmi has a down-to-earth persona, making him one of the best in the business as great artists such as Adekunle Gold, Simi, and Dare Art Alade express their unbelief at the thoroughness of his professional dexterity in music and smash hits.
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