Obesere Says His Sudden Resurface was God’s Plan

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Obesere Says His Sudden Resurface was God’s Plan

(Obesere Says His Sudden Resurface was God’s Plan) Buzzing Fuji icon, Abass Akande alias Obesere says the social media buzz he’s enjoying at the moment is a manifestation of what God has in store for him.

Obesere has been trending on social media recently as snippets of his ‘Egungun be careful’ album video became a popular meme on Twitter.

Speaking in an interview with Punch, the Fuji musician also known as Omo Rapala said the albums he released some years ago are trending in 2020 because his songs have what he called ‘playback’ value.

He said he’s trending at the moment because God had promised him that he would promote him from generation to generation.

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In his words;
“Firstly, I thank God. Being able to be relevant over a long period is what professionalism is about. There is something we call ‘playback’ in the music industry — that is a song that has a long lifespan and is still relevant years after its release. Any song that doesn’t have ‘playback’ is not good. In my song, Overthrow, I sang that I, Omo Rapala, had taken over.

That record is still being played and other albums such as Mr. Teacher, OBTK, Asakasa are still relevant. Many of my albums are like that. It’s just that Egungun Be Careful is the most trending at the moment. It is God that made it so and He told me that He would promote me from generation to generation.

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It is a big plus for me and I appreciate everybody associating themselves with me”

Obesere also said he’ll soon release the remix of ‘Egungun be careful’, adding that the song became popular on social media because of the ban on Okada in Lagos.

“I would soon release a remix of that song (Egungun Be Careful).

You know it was the restriction of motorbikes and tricycles by the Lagos State government that led to its resurgence of the song.

The song was basically used to tell motorcyclists to be careful on the expressway.”

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