Nsay ki la released Together Ep for Kumbo Ruby Jubilee
Just a few weeks after the release of “Kileeme” Nsay ki la released Together Ep. An EP conceived to be a catalyst for the Kumbo Ruby Jubilee celebrations. Here is what you need to know.
About Together Ep:
TOGETHER EP is a 6-track project containing Njang and Afrobeats with fusions of Amapiano. In its very conception, there are songs to pray with, and there are songs to dance to. In this way, everyone can find their choice to use for the celebration.
The project takes its name from the first word of the theme of the Ruby Jubilee of the Diocese of Kumbo “Together on Mission: Go out the whole world proclaiming the Gospel to all creation (Mark 16:15)”.
The JUBILEE PRAYER track is based on the actual prayer that has been said during the celebrative year of the jubilee. It has special softness, and the natural flair of the xylophones gives it an important place among lovers of soft traditional music. So too is the performance of BEHOLD WE THE SPLENDOUR, simple and sweet.
Away from the prayerful songs, the songs CELEBRATE and MKWEE invites you to your feet. It’s a celebration, so you ought to move your body. These Afrobeats tunes can’t leave you indifferent. The latter is in English and Lamnso. The former is just a sensation because it pulls together several languages: English, as well Lamnso’, Limbum, Noni, and Oku which are the main languages spoken within the Diocese of Kumbo.
The producers of the project include Marc Eff of Kovapot, Dijay Kay, Produced by Lu, and Nsay ki la himself. Two of the tracks feature The Virtual Chorale, beautiful voices you should be familiar with if you have listened to the works of Nsay ki la.
This EP titled “TOGETHER” does not only mark the celebration of the Ruby Jubilee of the Diocese of Kumbo. You will often find yourself coming back to it in the future because the songs are eternal. They are songs that ought to remain in your playlists.
Download mp3 : Together Ep by Nsay ki la:
So what’s your favorite song on this Ep?
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