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Okoroji plans a remake of Oriaku


Chief Tony Okoroji

There’s presently a big buzz at TOPS, the 360 Degrees entertainment company run by Chief Tony Okoroji, as he plans for the release of a brand-new version of his hit track, Oriaku.

The original version of Oriaku song, which was a key song in Okoroji’s iconic album, Juliana, used to burn up the dance floor in those days.

“We have oxygenated Oriaku. Working with TOPS All Stars, my young team of very talented creative artistes, we have kept the essential elements of the great song and brought in a new feel to give what we call ‘Oriaku New School’ a more contemporary groove.

I believe that lovers of good music, young and old, will like the work we have done in this new version of Oriaku,” Okoroji said.

The video shoot of Oriaku New School has also begun. Directing the photography is the prince of video animation Ademola Tajudeen, popularly called Awoko.

“We are sparing nothing in creating a video that will stand the test of time wherever in the world it is seen. There will be lots of colours and a lot of dance, both traditional and contemporary.

If you know Chief Tony Okoroji, then you know that I am working with a man who does not accept anything but the very best. I will deliver,” the director hinted.

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