Everyday of the week is usually an opportunity for artists to present their music projects to the world. Variety of musicians both the up and coming and also the recognised from everywhere in the world put out records with the hope to winning the hearts of listeners, connect with the older fans, standout within the midst of the many others, hopefully take them to heights of their career.
One of such songs within the works at the instant with hopes to assist a well-recognized name connect with listeners and more also, at the identical time introduce a rising talent is titled “BALUWE”.
“BALUWE” a collaboration pulsating with electricity between a popular producer, soon to be announced, and rising Afro pop and Neo Soul star,Tobiloba, is a melodious song put together for relaxation with conscious-driven lyrics.
On the track, Tobiloba’s soothing voice whispered coos, and her honeyed voice agrees perfectly with the producers perfect drum kicks,orchestra and also the African percussion.
The producer doesn’t need an introduction, but Tobiloba probably does. The singer grew up in Ibadan,Oyo state Nigeria, and she remembers always having an interest in music.
“Growing up, music was all around me,” she tells Agogo Ayo news.“My late father plays percussions in his church then, so my brothers and I were born into the choir. I have always had an interest in music, I should say my parents love for music formed a solid background for me.”
Fast forward to her varsity days“I was always singing round the house,in my hostel,church choir,almost everywhere,people were always encouraging me to start something but i used to be afraid until i made a decision several years after school to begin it afraid after relocating to Republic of South Africa.”
Standing on the precipice of stardom, Tobiloba who is additionally a Presenter, Actor, Dancer, Chantress, songwriter is uber-specific about what her music said. What would you describe your music as? After a moment’s pause, she answers: “I’d say I do Afropop and Neo Soul.”
The goal now is to point out that she is here to remain, adding,“I just want to boost my craft, put out beautiful songs, I just want people to understand that this lady is here – and she has fire.”
“Baluwe” is a Yoruba word for the bathroom. The song connotes the relevance of a dependable confidant – “Baluwe” doesn’t kiss and tell.”