When I was in preschool until I reached 7th grade, I remember my dad used to always play these cassette tapes. Yes, cassette tapes. CDs were around and even the radio was available. My dad loved (which is a definitive understatement) his cassette tapes. Randomly, the parts of the songs will come back to my memory. I don’t remember the titles nor the artists’ names. What I can’t forget is how they made me feel. Continue reading “I Keep Playing It Again & Again: How Zoro’s Hit Song ‘Ogene’ Took Me Back to My Childhood”
Flavour N’abania was born November 23 1983, named Chinedu Okoli, a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and performer. At the tender age of 13, N’abania began to play the drums for his church, and began learning the keyboard. Because of his study of Music, he became successful in the music industry. Young in his career, he is considered King of Highlife, however, he is also known as arrogant and difficult when working with other artist.