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Nosir tackles child abuse, societal ills in new song, ‘Jeff’

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The recent upsurge rape cases, incest and bestiality, has prompted fast-rising rapper, Nosa Iyamu, who well known by his stage name, Nosir to released a new song, Jeff, off his forthcoming album, titled: My Episode, as a measure to tackle the rampant sexual violence cases in the country.

The 3:23 song, which comes as a musical satire, sought to create awareness about child abuse and other societal ills. The noted that high rate of child abuse in the country has become worrisome and a source of concern.

Nosir said: “It brought about the inspiration behind my new song. It is actually meant to create more awareness and to speak against it. The world right now is going through harsh social and economic conditions and I just wanted to create a song that is fun and should also speak to people, the ills of the society, which is child abuse.”

According to the chief executive officer of Spade Gospel Entertainment Record, his rap is basically about life and other issues. “I rap about my life, what I see around me. Hip-pop is all about listening to the words and the message behind the rap.

“So, right now, with SG Entertainment, we are pushing the brand, looking at how we can put out hip-pop again because for a while, it kind of going cold. Music is a powerful medium to pass messages across to people, and that is what I am trying to do with the lyrics of my new song.”

He further explained that Jeff is a hilarious story about the ‘Baby Man’, a fictitious character and somehow a grown man in a toddler’s body. He added that ‘Jeff’ is physically attractive and quite knowledgeable, and his appearance and look made him eye-catching to women. Producing the new body of work, Nosir worked with producer, Jujubeatz and MauriceStar, who mixed and mastered the song.


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