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Odianosen set to change gospel narrative with Baba Na You

By Boluwatife Williams
22 January 2023   |   3:39 am
Twenty years old act, Silas Odianosen, popularly known as Son of Grace (SOG), is set to push out his new album, Baba Na You. The piece, which the youngster invested his creative best, “is bound to change the narrative,” he told The Guardian. SOG, who read music at the Mountain Top University, Ibafo, Ogun State,…

Twenty years old act, Silas Odianosen, popularly known as Son of Grace (SOG), is set to push out his new album, Baba Na You.

The piece, which the youngster invested his creative best, “is bound to change the narrative,” he told The Guardian.

SOG, who read music at the Mountain Top University, Ibafo, Ogun State, a faith based institution owned by the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM), majored in keyboard, guitar and production.

“These skills, no doubt, is what I have brought into the making of this album,” he said.

SOG and Dr Cash have pieced the work together, while celebrated studio engineer, Pat Ochei, called ‘the legend’ in the industry, handled the mastering.

The excited act, while commending his clergy parents, maintained that without them, he wouldn’t have received the education, which has helped him in no small manner to project his talent.

“You will see the essence of training in what I have done,” he said.

The album comes on the label of Ez Concept Record.

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