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Ibejii, Lkt, Barry Jhay inspire my style of music – O’jerry



Multi-talented compere and vocalist, Jerry Adeyeri, also known as O’Jerry, has debuted with fresh hot single titled Go Pay, produced by Suplia Beats.

Presented in an ingenious blend of vernacular and Yoruba, the warm-hearted media relations professional deliver the new offering in a melodic Afro-pop rendition, full of positivity, energy and goodwill.

O’Jerry fuses his astounding pop-fuji vocals with Afrobeat rhythms to convey a stimulating message of perseverance to Nigerians and the world at large.

Speaking with The Guardian, the music sensation said, “Go Pay is a song about perseverance and it is dedicated to every young person, who is working hard to make ends meet. It is about persistence and hustle, which one will pay. No matter pains now, there is light at the end of the tunnel. There is no pain without a gain.”

The singer heaped praises on Afro-retro act, Ibejii for inspiring his sound. He also commended LKT and Barry Jhay for staying true to their sounds, which in no small measure, has help improved his style as an Afro-pop act.

O’Jerry also stated that he is inspired by Adekunle Gold, Reekado Banks, Wande Coal, Praiz, Rayce among other vocal authorities in the Nigerian music sphere.

The refreshing new single is also available online on itunes, soundcloud, boomplay and all music download sites.


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