640 Download BANTU Agberos International Full Album mp3 Online, Nigeria


Agberos International: Download Album
Released date: July 7, 2017
Copyright © Soledad Productions Limited
Total tracks: 10

Click to Embed this Album on your own website or blog
USD5.00

Recent Purchases
3 hours ago
by Billy.clop
21 hours ago
by silviomarq
1 day ago
by bensonmwem
1 day ago
by kunlexoo20
2 days ago
by chinda.oli
3 days ago
by timmyemmai
3 days ago
by abubakarsa
3 days ago
by lydiaxyxy
3 days ago
by gto-onizuk
3 days ago
by gto-onizuk
4 days ago
by odunga
4 days ago
by luk4adore
4 days ago
by luk4adore
4 days ago
by p262720
  Song Time Price  
Afropunk 5:57 USD 0.5 Add to playlist   |    Download this track
Lagos Barbie 5:14 USD 0.5 Add to playlist   |    Download this track
Ká Máa Dúpẹ́ 5:40 USD 0.5 Add to playlist   |    Download this track
Niger Delta Blues feat. Tony Allen 8:21 USD 0.5 Add to playlist   |    Download this track
Má Kó Bámi 4:58 USD 0.5 Add to playlist   |    Download this track
Ṣe Jẹ́jẹ́ 5:53 USD 0.5 Add to playlist   |    Download this track
Oní Tèmi 6:10 USD 0.5 Add to playlist   |    Download this track
Stori Plenti 5:05 USD 0.5 Add to playlist   |    Download this track
Anything For The Boys 5:18 USD 0.5 Add to playlist   |    Download this track
Ilé (Africa) 7:05 USD 0.5 Add to playlist   |    Download this track
The sound of BANTU is the sound of Lagos. The city, at once a source of inspiration and some exasperation, is not easily classified. The band, eclectic and varied, has both activist and fun inclinations. Its listeners and fans, as seen at the Afropolitan Vibes concert, comprises various nationalities. As the band itself was birthed away from Nigeria and then consolidated on the motherland, this blend of nationalities and sound seems fitting.

The title of the album Agbero International expresses the band’s intentions. Agbero is Yoruba slang for public vehicle conductor, a man hailing passersby to board his taxi or bus. The agbero implicated in the title is a crowd-puller of international reach, an apt metaphor for a band like BANTU, which deploys the estimable services of producer/sound engineer Aman Junaid who has worked with such artists and groups like TLC, George Clinton, Joi and Organized Noize on the new album.

Months before the release of Agberos International, BANTU travelled by road, more than 5000 kilometres across the continent, to attend a festival at the banks of the River Niger. “We were determined to show solidarity with our fellow brothers and sisters in Mali who have been battling with Islamist insurgency for years,” said Ade Bantu about the trip.

Here then is a band that puts its feet where its music is.

BANTU is:
Ade Bantu (Lead Vocals)
Ayomiku Aigbokhan (vocals)
Ireoluwa Allen (vocals)
Damilola Williams (vocals)
Peter Sadibo (Bass)
Olufemi Sanni (Guitar)
Babajide Okegbenro (Keys)
Dare Odede (Drums)
Akinkunmi Olagunju (Talking Drums)
Wurasamba (Percussion)
Opeyemi Oyewande (Trumpet)
Akinyanmi Akinhinmola (Tenor Saxophone)
Isaiah Odeyale (Trombone)

 

 

 


MENTIONS