After a long hiatus that saw him leave the music industry to focus on personal issues, as well restructuring his fledgling label, Young and Getting It Entertainment (YAGI), rapper Lil’ Kesh is back to making music. With a second era as an independent artist following the critically received “Ecstasy” EP, Lil Kesh is making strategic alliances with the leader of the Marlian movement, Naira Marley for the first single off his yet unnamed EP. The song “Korope“ is produced by Magic Sticks.
A street anthem that references the iconic Lagos minibus called a “Korope’, the song rides off the gentirified Zanku sound championed by singers like Mayorkun. It is a fun little earworm that should find its way to dancefloors across Nigeria.