Going Pro Album Review – Official Keybone
Kehinde Oladele Arifayan; (born on April 17, 1984), also known by his stage name KEYBONE, is a Nigerian independent rap and hip-hop artist, whose music journey started at a tender age from writing poems and he is influenced by a vast wealth of African beats, rhythm and soul music. Being born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, Keybone’s music style and interests developed into conscious music and his debut album titled; Going Pro, Volume 1 was written and recorded in Johannesburg, South Africa. Singles off the album; ” Let Me Go, Look At Me Now and My House” have been respectively aired on radio since release and widely accepted. Keybone’s music catalog is available for download and streaming on iTunes, AppleMusic, Deezer, Spotify, YouTube and all other music streaming services.
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Artist Name : KEYBONE
Composer: KEHINDE ARIFAYAN
Album Name: Going Pro, Vol. 1
Release Date: September 11, 2015
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Born Like This
Let Me Go
Look At Me Now
Ain’t A Guy Like Me
Born Like This – This song emphasizes my origin as a Nigerian and African and briefly talks about going through a rebirth in the pursuit of dreams. Considering the fact that my music has been largely influenced by top charting artists from diversified genres of music, its a must to outgrow the process and emerge as a new being.
Let Me Go – A love song challenging everyone to speak up about love rather than shying away from their feelings by expressing themselves to their loved ones and immediate environment. Lyrically, this is a song with a lot of depth and has been widely accepted on radio networks worldwide.
Look At Me Now – Every hip-hop fan knows about how competitive the scene is and how every contender needs to man up and be about their bragging rights. On this song, I chose to address those who have looked down on me in recent times by drawing their attention back to me by saying; Look At Me Now.
My House – Here’s a danceable tune for every lover of African rhythm and house parties. With a simple hook that goes thus;”My House is better than yours”, its definitely a turn up song.
No Twar – In response to the social media frenzy on twitter, where users are quick to exchange words over misunderstood opinions, ”No Twar” – No Twitter war, is a song that answers it all. When a blogger couldn’t identify with my sound and decided to talk me down, I addressed the issue and the troll was silenced. No room for bullying
Ain’t A Guy Like Me – In a situation when one’s heart is broken and undergoing the healing process, this is a jam to keep you warm during those tough times. Rather than being confused and wondering what your Ex’s may be up to, sending them a shoutout using this song is how to go about it.