As we enter into the Yuletide season, The Multi-Award winning Music Producer extra-ordinare Wole Oni is one of the first to wrap a priceless gift!
One of the incredible things that make the season special is the music. Therefore, the maestro has teamed up with the delectable and elegant Laurie Idahosa, pastor at CGMI’s Church Unusual and wife of Bishop FEB Idahosa for the aberrant Jazz rendition of “Come Let Us Adore Him”.
It’s a smooth Jazz,soul soothing yet carries an ambiance that will put pep in your step. Wole Oni’s phrases emit varying dexterous rhythmic piano pulsations, ravished with lofty horn ensembles and gripped tight with a consistent drum pattern while the alluring voice of Laurie Idahosa narrates the rendition.
“Come Let Us Adore Him” speaks of the essence of the season – The spirit of Christmas with Jesus at the center of the celebration. God gave the first Christmas gift with His only begotten son and that love finds expression in our lives. This is why we celebrate Christmas.
The new release makes it the 3rd single by the Multi-award winning maestro off the stables of Wole Oni Music Production (WOMP). He released “Cover Me Lord” in May of 2015 and followed up with the critically acclaimed “Igwe” in June of 2016.
Enjoy “Come Let Us Adore Him” featuring Laurie Idahosa.
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Arranged and Produced :Wole Oni
Narrated : Laurie Idahosa
Acoustic Piano/ Fender Rhodes/ Synthesizers:Wole Oni
Backup Vocals : AmakaNwosu, Joy Duke and Raymond Chinedu
Live Bass: Isaiah Okoh
Electric Guitar: SegunOladehinde
Trumpet: Victor Ademofe
Congas: Tayo Conga
Engineers: Womp, Raymond Etiyene and KayodeOmotade
Recorded and Mixed By WoleOni at Instinct Studio Lekki, Lagos
Mastered By G$ol Studio Los Angeles CA
Photo By GbengaOtasowie
Graphic Designed By Goodguy Godwin
Protocol: Stephens, Amazing, Tolu Oni and TayoShoga
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– Word of Wisdom:
“Prepare your work outside And make it ready for yourself in the field; Afterwards, then, build your house.” – Proverbs 24:27