Get Familiar: Ese Peters – Gone [ The Acoustic EP ]

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Singer-songwriter, Ese Peters will drop his first EP on the 19th of December, 2011. This EP is a compilation of 5 self-produced tracks.

Ese Peters is a Nigerian Singer-Songwriter and guitar player from Delta state. He is a self-taught guitar player who loves making good music. Ese came into the music scene in 2009, after graduating from the university. He has been able to carve a niche for himself with his blend of guitar-driven music. He wrote and performed songs and soundtracks like ‘This is Love’, for movies and short films such as ‘Touch My Heart’. Touch My Heart was directed by and starred renowned actor Richard Mofe Damijo in 2007. The movie was premiered at Catford Theatre in England.

He has written songs for artistes like Onos Brisibi and has worked on song projects with Cobhams Asuquo, Plumbline, and Provabs. Ese also demonstrated his skills as a producer by working on the track ‘Never Say Goodbye’ which is on Eva Alordiah’s Gigo EP. He also co-produced Eva’s Happy Holidays which was released last Christmas.

Ese is one of the very few Nigerian artistes that dares to take music a step further, he doesn’t just make music like your average singer, he is a young man that sings from his heart, he draws from places deep within to craft songs that are musically smart, soulful, true and melodically infectious.

On the 19th of December, 2011, Ese will release his first body of work in form of an EP, titled The Acoustic EP. The Acoustic EP is a compilation of 5 self-produced tracks which offers heartfelt, inspirational and soulful music. Each track in this compilation will certainly touch lives and inspire people. The EP aims to give his audience a feel of what to expect from his debut album. It will be released for free download. Enjoy this teaser from the mixtape.

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Ese Peters – Gone [ The Acoustic EP ]



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