Le’mmon hits the spot with these tunes. Can we say that Le’mmon is up there with the best of them in Nigeria in terms of RnB? We featured him in our bubbling under segment about 12 months ago, and today he brings some new heat to table.
People Change is a solid song that highlights changes that come with newly found fame.
Radio is a bonus track that was actually released last year, but we bring it for you as a bonus today.
Le’mmon – born Osagwu Vincent, is a multi talented vocalist/songwriter who began singing in his church choir at the early age of eight. His stage name – Le’mmon was coined from an 11th century word for “My Beloved”. His passion for music gradually grew into mainstream performance at talent shows around the city of Lagos thus bringing him into the spotlight and making him a popular demand in recording studios and in the upcoming artiste scene.
Le’mmon continued to pursue his musical ambition by performing alongside major acts locally. He captured the audience with his warm silk voice and his excellent stage craft had the crowd and musicians applauding him.Late last year he released his debut singles – Have U Seen Her and Luvin’ That All some classic fly R&B music which endears him to the ladies’. Not slowing down one bit having been on his grind all this while, he drops new joints on us.
Le’mmon slows it down yet again on his new singles – People Change and Radio. People Change is a soul-inspired cut off his album which is still in the works. On the tune, the RnB crooner reflects on a relationship which changes due to fame. Radio on the other hand, which had been previously released but didn’t get the desired push, talks about his travails in the Nigerian music industry.
*** People Change[audio:http://www.jaguda.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Lemmon-People-Change.mp3|titles=Le’mmon – People Change]
*** Radio (Bonus)[audio:http://www.jaguda.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Lemmon-Radio.mp3|titles=Le’mmon – Radio]