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Musiliu Haruna Ishola & His Apala Remix — Soyoyo
Found this at a Nigerian shop in Brooklyn not too long ago. Track 1 on Side 2 is a monster. Haruna Ishola‘s son Musiliu makes music, didn’t know that til now. This is a revitalized take on apala music, a percussive Yoruba Muslim genre of popular music from back in the day (ie 1930s-70s heyday).
Ise Oluwa Ko Seni Toye
Late Chief (Mrs.) Lydia Fasawe
Late Prince Gbenga Adeboye
Opon Apala Ti Sun
My Dear (Apala Remix)
Akoko Olute Lorin Wa
Ba O Ri Igun Ao Gbode Sebo
Nibo Loboran Miyun
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I was just checking this guy out on a video and thinking it was his father. This sounds more modern than the video.
What is he singing about? is it ad libbing? very interested in apala
Love this stuff. What an awesome rhythm.The snare is super fonky.Thanks beaucoup.
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I love this soyoyo song and all the tracks in the album, thank for bring it back to our hearing.
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I love the song,,, without excluding any track… But has he release any album after this…?
This is great! Thanks for bringing awesome memories.
The track issa jam!
I really love this mix
Really lovely song
So much love for the song.
is good song
How can I download this song?
hero is loving
some children of present days might not even know who Haruna Ishola is i do download his songs most times from https://litemusics.com