‘Aboki Na Asu Igbo’: Singer, Amed O tasks Gov Adeleke, others in new unity song



Ahead of the highly-anticipated ‘MySuperSugar’ album that will drop at the end of the year, musician and actor, Amed O (born Ahmed Okezie Musa) is set with four new tracks, one of which is ‘Aboki Na Asu Igbo’, which he ostensibly intends to use to cement Nigeria’s unity along marital lines.

The song, ‘Aboki Na Asu Igbo’, (loosely meaning ‘the Northerner who speaks Igbo language’), overtly positions inter-tribal marriages as a veritable way to foster Nigeria’s unity, which according to the artiste, is quite fundamental in moving the country forward at this auspicious time.

In the song, Amed O called on prominent Nigerian citizens who are products of inter-tribal marriages, like Governor Ademola Adeleke of Osun State, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, Lagos gubernatorial candidate of Labour Party at the 2023 general election, son of former Ondo State governor, Babajide Akeredolu and Mohammed Babangida, amongst others to work with him to further foster Nigeria’s unity, latching on the marital premise.

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Other tracks which are ready and available on audiomacks include, ‘MySuperSugar’, ‘My Music’ and ‘Anybody in Love’, which he solely composed and wrote as part of the new album to be released by the end of 2024.

Speaking about the songs, Amed O said, “Most of my songs are based on personal experiences in life and lessons from other experienced individuals. That’s why my songs are uniquely inspirational and educating, like ‘MySuperSugar’ which is based on many love relationships breaking up now in the country and in the diaspora, causing unnecessary depressions and untimely deaths everywhere in the world.

Amed O is looking forward to a musical tour of Europe this summer.

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