Like a king, flexing muscle over his domain, King Wasiu Marshal1 (KWAM1) validates his ownership of Fuji music via his newly released
single dubbed ‘AWADE’ in which the song pulsates ‘Christianically’; as the King of Fuji music pounds out Biblically verses like a candid evangelist vocalising The Gospel.
This is the appetiser to his new EP, which drops on August 21.
Though Awade been released about 15 years ago.
This resurrected track opens ‘anointedly’ like a Biblical declaration of the word of God with the King himself decreeing thus: “K1 Da Ultimate: Fuji: The Sound…God-sent”.
This is more than a forward thinking interpretation of Fuji music but a dynamic culmination of many years of continuous improvement and transformation of Fuji music into a global musical product.
The EP hosts a total of six songs – a product of two years of tweaking and experimentation across the music forms set.
“There is a moment in one’s lifetime, you’ve make an impression, right on time”. This inspirational quote forms part of the ‘reloaded Awade’ track and KWAM1 really made a durable impression with the song, compelling his fans to wait with tamed anxiety for what’s coming in the main EP.
Thenceforth, KWAM1 turns a preacher in the song, quoting Deutronomy 1:1-0.
Recently, KWAM1 has been ‘flirting’ with Christianity and Biblical verses in his songs.
One of his new self-imposed titles recently is “Omo Alade Alafia” meaning ‘one with Crown of Peace’ – one of Jesus’ titles.
The suave and sublime elements of the song may be heard in the coming EP, validating that his team of collaborators, including producer, Mystro, and singers, Teni and Toby Grey bring their A-game to the body of work.
“Emi loni Fuji mi” translates ‘I own my Fuji’ is the validation the King made in the track Awade, apparently messaging critics who doubt his ‘Lordship of Fuji music’.
Awade is blue-chip, anointed and divine. One can only say, ‘more Grace’ to KWAM1.