A.G Mankind (Real Name Wale Makinde) was bitten by the music bug at a tender age like most great artiste; but unlike most of them he didn’t join the church choir, instead he made menace by raising relatives’ tempers by recording songs of his mentors on their cassette tapes for his listening pleasure – an act that got him spanked several times but that didn’t quench his interest and love for music.
When he started miming raps in secondary school, it didn’t come as a surprise to lots of people, and that followed him till he got admitted to Olabisi Onabanjo University to study Agricultural Economics; and barely a show was done on his campus without him performing to the delight of both fellow students and staff alike, and that made him won several awards for creativity.
Touch It according to Mankind “is a way of appreciating the females, especially those well-endowed in certain areas”. The song also shows his dexterity not only as a rap artiste, but also a singer as it was his voice on the hook of the song as well. Though he’s more of a rap artiste to a singer, he’s not restricted to a genre or rap pattern.
Touch It was produced by Don Pauleon (the Omoge Wa Gba Petrol crooner), and mixed by fast rising sound engineer – X Factor.[audio:https://www.360nobs.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/A.G-Mankind-Touch-It.mp3|titles=A.G Mankind – Touch It]
A.G Mankind - Touch It (3.3 MiB, 110 hits)