American-based Nigerian Artiste Baba Kuboye Releases Sophomore Album Titled ‘One Day’

Posted on August 31 2018 , at 01:02 pm
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American-based Nigerian artiste, Baba Kuboye, is set to thrill lovers of Afro-Pop/Afro Hip-Hop, following the release of his sophomore album ‘One Day’.
Signed to Down 4 Whateva Entertainment, this new album is a sensational 8-track compilation which includes his first two singles of 2018 – Tonight, Nothing featuring Reminisce; the recently released Things Are Hard single; the lead single – One Day, which features his late mum and Femi Kuti.

Things Are Hard, the build-up track leading to the release of the album. reflects on the state of affairs in Nigeria; ranging from societal issues like FSARS brutality to the continuous decadence of the Nigerian economy and the hope of a better Nigeria.

Baba Kuboye features extracted vocals from his mother, Fran Kuboye’s 1995 album on the lead single of the album,  titled One Day. According to him, he grew up performing alongside his mother but never anticipated losing her at an early age; which was his source of inspiration in creating this song, even 20 years after her demise: “…a long overdue tribute to her memory.” he said. He also describes this collaboration as one similar to that of Natalie Cole and her father Nat King Cole.

Championing the #OneDayEGoBetter Campaign / Initiative, the artiste reiterates that having an icon like Fela Anikulapo-Kuti as a model helps him focus on the real things that give depth to his music. He is a civil and women rights activist, who makes conscious effort to create socially relevant music, and airing the oddity in the Nigerian economic system, all of which is packaged in this new project titled – One Day.

Other songs on the album are; Robo Dance, To The Groove, Feel Alright and Pampuregeji. The album was released officially on 24th August 2018.

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