His first official single on the music scene was the Samklef-produced track titled “Padi B4” which featured the “Hotter than Fire” Fuji crooner – T.Code [who recently released “Iwa” featuring 9ice]. He came up with a couple of songs [unreleased] and in 2010, he released “Free for All” featuring Lawale, and this came through with a music video directed by Sammy. Due to school prowess, he stayed off the music scene [but kept recording at the studio] and now, he’s back with a brand new tune which would definitely become another sizzling “street anthem”.
On perfect kicks, and infectious tunes of melodious synths and percussion sounds as laced on an instrumental by Irich [Fresh Beat], Demmy makes an impressive come-back on to the music scene with his brand new innovative single titled “Tuale”. “Tuale”, which is one of the street slangs used by Nigerians to say “salute” is totally infectious from the moment you hit the “PLAY” button and it’s not just going to stay as another street anthem, but would go on to the clubs/dance floors and in an unsuspecting manner, it would also fit everyone’s playlist due to its deep lyrical content.
Demmy, who is working towards a 2013 album release has recorded a couple of songs in the likes of “Smile”, “Fine Badt Girl” and “Naija Girls” – all of which would poise his versatility on different musical genres and would give birth to the album, which would be titled “Unbelievable”. In his own words: “…owole de, ori ade wole de” which basically means “…here he comes”. | ENJOY!!![audio:https://www.360nobs.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Demmy-Tuale-prod.-by-Irich.mp3]
Demmy - Tuale (4.4 MiB, 156 hits)