The song is as catchy as the title itself. Check out this track from Jibola (Ajibola Awosanya) titled, Dudu Osun. For those that don’t know, Dudu Osun is black soap. The one used by women all over the world.
Here is a little bit about Jibola.
Jibola was born in Ebutte Metta, Lagos Nigeria to Yoruba parents, he began singing at a very early stage of his life but unfortunately kept his talent away from his parents because of the negative meanings attached to having a career in music back then. He took his music more seriously while studying Microbiology at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Nigeria and later became member of a group called Konga (African drum). Jibola’s musical experience with Afro R&B group Konga Jibola ( Ajibola Awosanya), Bohlar (Kazeem Jaiyesinmi), and Blacky (Niyi Banjo) was in the late 90s. The group released a single titled Funmi which did not enjoy much airplay as a result of poor promo amongst over factors that affected the group before he decided to go solo. Jibola took part in music competitions and performed at faculties and departmental engaments while at the University and the most remarkable one was when he was named runners up to amazed Segun Arinze who was host of the even at the Ikorodu Town Hall, Lagos Nigeria in 1995.
Jibola recorded 10 tracks album (unreleased) titled New Day in 2006 in London featuring tracks like Wafarian girl, Feel me flow, No more ft Wasiu Alabi Pasuma, Noone else ft IceK of Artquake, New day ft Tony Tetuila, Religion and Tradition and the rest. All the songs produced by Omololu Ogunleye (Juppa, Baby tete wale producer).
Check out the song.
Produced by Puffy Tee