Brand New Joint from Ace comedian, Koffi. He brings Three Joints to the Table, Have Fun! Na Cherie Koko i Like Pass, Dont ask just click!
Koffi is out again with new sounds that would define the essence of music. His Journey as a comedian, Actor.MC has given him the vast scope of experience in the Nigerian Entertainment scene. Now out with three mind blowing creative singles off his up coming album (Root N Roll).The album which is set for release in the 02/01/2012. he album is the 4th studio album form the Ace comedian. Previous album form Koffi aka CandyMan,aka Splufik,aka Ceo Workerman Entertainment includes Comfussion in 2004/Abinibility in 2006/TradofunkHIPsouL in 2008.At different stages of release these albums have witness great popularity success and good videos some of which he has won Visual awards for. It contains 12 ethnocentric groovy tunes with a spice of hipness plus a bonus track featuring members of workerman movement. Each song has a different vibe and feel with strong emphasis on Naija percussions and ethnic drive albeit some borrowed western touch to give it a crossover modern tinge.
Album is devoid of lewd content and is good for family listening pleasure as it contains songs that cut across all age groups and gender.
1.”Get Back Home” visits the issues of Nigerians
stranded in harsh conditions in foreign lands e.g London.
2.”Me she want” emphasizes the need for female
3.”cherie koko” celebrates love amongst couples
4.”Hold you tight” expresses the undying love of
one who is love struck
5.”E get as e be” addresses the pain of most
struggling young men caught in a failing relationship due to finance
6.”Happy Birthday” as it titles is an appreciation
of everyone who wakes up to see each day of their lives other than their birth
7.”Real Deal” is a moniker and self driven tune to
accentuate the koffi brand as a great work of art as an entertainer
8.”Rawu-Rawu” is a bite at political scallywags
and their innuendos
9.”omo toh shan” borrows the tune of
“Rosie” as previously done by blackky to celebrate the female gender
and is rendered with a twist of reggae
10″Serious matter & PawPawPaw” are both crafty
tunes done to express the female anatomy
12.”Toast” as it suggests is done to appreciate
anyone who has cause to celebrate life
13.”This is Gidi” with Workerman movement is done
to appreciate the home base of the clan, Lagos city.
Na Me She Want