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Gospel rapper, Iyamu releases `Jeff’, a music on kid abuse, societal ills

Nosir Iyamu, the Founding father of Spade Gospel Leisure File, on Saturday, described his new music titled ‘Jeff’ as a musical satire that sought to create consciousness about kid abuse and societal ills.

Iyamu made this identified to the Information Company of Nigeria in an interview in Lagos.

“It introduced in regards to the inspiration at the back of my new music ‘Jeff’. It’s if truth be told supposed to create extra awarenesses and to talk in opposition to it.

“The global presently goes thru harsh social and financial stipulations and I simply sought after to create a music this is a laugh and will have to additionally talk to other people the ills of the society, which is kid abuse.

“Songs are medium which can be used to move messages throughout to other people when being performed and that’s what the lyrics of my new music ‘Jeff’ is making an attempt to do.

“It’s to convey this risk of kid abuse to the populace, once they concentrate to my lyrics,” Iyamu mentioned.

In step with him, the brand new music is a musical satire that seeks to a definite extent convey a hilarious tale about ‘Jeff’ the “Child Guy”, a fictitious personality and in some way a grown guy in a baby’s frame.

He mentioned that ‘Jeff’ used to be bodily sexy and moderately an expert, which had made him sexy to ladies however didn’t gave the impression to understand that he used to be now not a baby however a grown guy.

He described ‘Jeff’ as one of the most songs from his impending hip hop album titled ‘My Episode’.

NAN stories that Iyamu labored with the Manufacturer, Jujubeatz and MauriceStar, who blended and mastered the music.

Edited By way of: Nkiru Ifeajuna/Adeleye Ajayi (NAN)

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