Vocal Slender: World’s Lyrically Acclaimed Scavenger!

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Vocal SlenderRemember Vocal Slender from Episode 1 of BBC’s “Welcome to Lagos” documentary? If you don’t, then you are seriously on a long thing! Vocal Slender, born Eric Obuh, was a scavenger at the Ojota refuse dump. He earned a living by rummaging through trash and selling items he was able to salvage. For Eric, this was merely a means to an end. His true passion was MUSIC! He had big dreams of becoming a “vocal slender, lyrical inspector”! In the BBC documentary, Eric was featured recording his single “Owo Yapa”, and saving up money to buy new clothes and take photos for his album cover. Eric showed that in order to get where you want to be in life, you have to capitalize on whatever cards life deals to you and make the most out of every situation. Against all odds, Eric has fulfilled his lifelong dream, not only on a national level, but on a global scale. His debut album “Send Them Come” is available on iTunes for download. Songs start at just $0.99 each. I previewed his album, and I was really impressed – it’s a fusion of smooth vocals with Dancehall/Reggae/Ajegunle-inspired beats, and lyrics that echo his life and struggle in Nigeria.

Check out Vocal Slender’s Myspace page to listen to his tracks – http://www.myspace.com/vocalslender

To buy his songs or entire album, please visit                                                                                                                http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/send-them-come/id362320803

Feel free to join Vocal Slender’s facebook page                                                                                                                http://www.facebook.com/album.php?profile=1&id=159700064#!/Vocalslender?ref=ts

6 COMMENTS

  1. I loved him on the BBC special. His story is very, very inspiring, especially for people like me who are struggling and are not where we want to be. I thank God for his success.

  2. I am so glad he's getting some attention… I loved the documentary and loved him… He's very talented and hard working might be an understatement!

  3. i am fortunate to met him and his manager once and he was wonderful, he gave my life another many.he made me to understand that life is beautiful u just have to find something interested doing and aim for the best in it. slender i will be very grateful to meet you again.PEACE BROTHER

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