As fondly called, that hommie Exceed is out with his debut single, an upbeat rhythm laced with the Yoruba dialect titled “Dada”.
Produced by Teekaywitty, “Dada” is that song for both happy and trying times. It talks of the faithfulness of the Lord and the need to ‘dance out the wait’. The word of the Lord said ‘those who wait upon the Lord will not make haste’, “Dada” is Exceed’s way of encouraging the one who is waiting.
Born Funsho Alexander Lemodoro, Exceed used to be a secular artiste although he has been performing with his defunct band in churches and functions ever since. He gave up secular music and released his first single “Hallelujah” featuring Element X and produced by Young D (of Timaya’s “Upgrade” & “Epiphany” album fame) in 2012. He teams up with prolific producer Teekaywitty (with production credits including Kefee, Henrisoul, B-Red and more) for his latest release – “Dada”.
Here is a brand new song you need to get plugged to. Yeah, the title of the song will sure get you stopping in your tracks to ponder on how long it is. The artiste should make you pause and ponder too.
His name is el Mafrex, a multi-nominated MOBO Awards nominee and very versatile gospel artiste who have over the years churned out several songs and videos that have been enjoyed by music enthusiasts.
From Nigeria (where he started out), el Mafrex put out gospel songs that made people take note of the gift of music God blessed him with and in no time, he relocated to Scotland, where he continued in music and gave us some of the best songs within the past 3 to 4 years with videos that were widely accepted.
This year, the artiste made another relocation move and moved to the US.
This song, No On Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus, is the first official single he is putting out from his new base in the USA. How does he sound on US soil? You are about to find out!
The song is a remake of the soulful hymn of the same title. Go ahead, download and enjoy it and be reminded that no one could ever care or has cared for you like Jesus. The artiste also hinted that he will be putting out a few other hymn remakes. In the mean time, enjoy this one.