360 Exclusive: Oyinkansola – Macmillan Story

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Oyinkansola, the Black Label artiste has with her newest single confirmed that not only is she prodigiously talented, but that she is also extremely versatile. Her new joint titled “Macmillan Story” is an afro-beat flavored commentary on the state of Nigeria’s political scene will definitely get your head nodding and your feet tapping.

A clear departure from her previous tracks like the hauntingly emotional “Cry” and the playfully rhythmic “Hands Up” featuring GT tha Guitarman, Oyinkansola is definitely revving up for 2011.

Unlike our dear #SarahJubril, she’s got my vote!!! (RSVP)

Yup!! Get Familiar!

Oyinkansola – Macmillan Story

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9 comments

  1. “Moto Jam Police”, “Police jam mama” “Akara mama troway”…lol. wow haven’t heard that in years. You need to have been in primary school in the 80’s to feel this. Nice one Oyinkansola, i did not think you would be able to top Handsup, but i guess i was wrong

  2. Been following Oyinkansola for a while and she impresses me more with each track.keep it up the sky is definitely the limit

  3. Lovely mix. She’s obviously showing how diverse she can get. Thumbs up. I still have Hands Up as my favorite of her tracks sha.

  4. I have no idea what Macmillan story means…only guess is that it seems like a story out of the pages of Macmillan–the publishers.
    Having admitted my ignorance, I must say she reminds me of Jazmin Sullivan; lots of room for improvement ahead but I love songs with depth…look forward to hearing more from her.

  5. @Ready back in the early eighties the textbook used in school for english (or was it social studies) was one by Macmillan Pulishers and it had pictures of a car hitting a policeman, the police man hitting a lady hawking akara and so on and so forth and the part where she goes @moto jan police…police jam mama etc@ was actually a playground chant in most primary schools….

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