Korinsódì… An evening with GaiseBaba
9ice, ID Cabasa, Isaac Gerald, Ranti, Saco Others on The Bill
The Ace Olivia Hall, City Mall, Onikan, Lagos, will come alive tomorrow, as fast rising afro-fusion artiste, Akinade Ibuoye otherwise known as GaiseBaba, hosts music lovers to his maiden revolutionary concert, Korinsódì: an evening with Gaise.
The gig, which opens at 5pm with a special red carpet reception, will feature performances by 9ice, producer ID Cabasa, Isaac Gerald, opera singer Ranti, Saco, Emma Oh My God and other talents.
On the inspiration behind the project, GaiseBaba said, “music can actually do much more than what we currently know. Having nurtured this idea for quite a while; I’m thankful the time has finally come. Truth is, no one can be like you, and that’s the power of you. We’re not rewarded for our similarities; we’re only rewarded for our difference.”
On the title of the concert, the artiste explained that, “Korinsódì is about celebrating the power of our uniqueness as individuals and as a people. It promises to be a standout experience of musical dexterity and pure ecstasy. It is a special evening that will parade the best of talents in jaw-dropping performances that leaves audience spellbound,” he
Meanwhile, the singer recently dropped his latest single, Titilai, with the video set for release in coming weeks. The song is an ingenious love song set to reverberate through history as a classic masterpiece. Produced by ID Cabasa of the Coded Tunes fame, Titilai is filled with lovely rhythm laced with rich African punch lines alongside heavy Afro beats.
“It’s great to be challenged again at this exciting phase of my career with the privilege to present something deep, fresh and original. It feels great doing what can get the right attention, strengthen love amongst people, drive passion and connect me to a traction filled with people, who share common ideals,” he said.
Widely regarded as Nigeria’s leading Afro-fusion
artiste, GaiseBaba uses conscious music to influence societies’ moral journey, while promoting strong upright values. He released his debut album in August 2011 under Sanctified Records. He was awarded New Revelation at The Scepters 2011 and Best New Artiste at the premier edition of Crystal Awards in 2013.
In October 2013, he was the youngest of 14 eminent entertainment and arts practitioners honoured by the Ekiti State Government as Cultural Ambassadors. With a rapidly growing fan base, many have described the young man as a “fresh breath” in the country’s music industry.
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