Friday, January 20, 2012
“Ẹni Dúró,” a Yoruba phrase which literally translates to "you won't wait" in English or "no holding back” is a ‘dance-provoker’ jam fresh in 2012, almost like saying “Happy New Year, REJOICE!”
This is the latest track from quickly-emerging gospel artist, eMJOY (aka the eMJOY Channel).
eMJOY takes on the Afrobeat ‘Riverbed’ instrumental by Braille from the UK and makes it his own in this jam.
Sonically, eMJOY is an artist who pursues creating a style of music, which is intrinsically African, and of world-wide appeal. Since his first break out single, “Gracias O se Merci” (2011) – dancehall/Hip-Hop genre yet Nigerian- apparently he only veers closer in that direction.
“E Ni Duro” is a ‘dance-provoker’ indeed. You hear it and its like, “e ni duro”, ‘no holding back on this one’. “We’re gonna let go.”
FREE DOWNLOAD: This song is available for free download on the website http://emjoy.bandcamp.com/track/e-ni-duro
Born Mayowa Adebajo, eMJOY is a remarkable gospel artist hailing from Nigeria (and currently schooling in Toronto Canada) on the scene to marvelously showcase God’s grace and truth and draw us all nearer to His mind-blowing love.
eMJOY began his recording and performing career in 2010, prior to which he remembers writing and performing at around 10 years and had his first big stage performance in high school, age 15.
Besides premier releases of a video (Yada Magazine's Top 25 Music Videos of the Year) and mixtape in 2011, the year also stood out for eMJOY having his most stage performances/ministration opportunities ever of over 10 events across Toronto in total including NSA gala 2011, Covenant Chapel youth Alive concert, Jesus House Scarborough Praise Weekend event, Project Lyte 2011, UofT Afrofusion, among others.
eMJOY’s music available for download at www.emjoy.bandcamp.com
Email for bookings, inquiries, etc. at firstname.lastname@example.org
Like on Facebook/theemjoychannel
Follow on Twitter: @eMJOYtruly
Posted by Jennifer Ehidiamen at 7:01 PM