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Eldee drops new single from retirement
23 October 2015, 17:02
Lagos - Rapper, Eldee has released a single while insisting that he is not coming out of retirement.
He dropped a a new tune titled ‘It aint that bad’, and is a sample of a track off Scarface’s 12th album ‘Deeply Rooted’
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According to Eldee the song chronicles the last few years of his career as a musician.
The father of two said that the song is to reciprocate the constant love he enjoys from fans, during and after his music career.
Working on improving the Music Industry. Questioning if Artistry is the end goal. The entrepreneural spirit; These things have pushed music making into the background for Lanre ‘eLDee’ Dabiri. Nevertheless, eLDee acknowledges his first love and even though it might not be his top priority as he is constantly evolving, he also understands his need to share with fans across the world. Recorded over a soulful track, “It aint all bad” shares a bit of the last few years of eLDee’s music career, and his decision to step away from the scene. Originally produced by N.O Joe & Ervin Pope for Scarface’s “Deeply rooted” album, it is the first of a few mixtape songs that eLDee plans to share with his fans in the coming months. “I get a lot of messages daily, from fans requesting new eLDee music and while I have chosen a new path, I understand that I did not choose music, music chose me. I have recorded something for the true fans of eLDee and I hope they enjoy it. This is NOT an attempt to come out of retirement, I am doing this to reciprocate the constant love I have enjoyed from fans, during and after my music career” – eLDee Link in bio ????????????
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