By Femi Ogunshola
Nigerian rapper and singer, Raymond Emamezi, with the stage name “Ray’Em” is back with two new singles, “Courage” and “Ándale” after a long break.
Emamezi in a statement on Sunday in Abuja, said courage is a motivational trap song that addressed the artiste’s fears and his desires as a human.
“On the other hand, Ándale is an Afro-fusion gem with an Amapiano-esque beat inspired by the popular chant of a cartoon character, “Speedy Gonzales,” he said.
It would be recalled that Ray’Em released a raving party track “Mama Roll” in 2012 and a remix featuring esteemed rapper, Yung6ix.
“A lot of people cheer my new and unique sound which is a laid back calm style of rapping and singing,” he said.
He described his style as a breath of fresh air when up tempo songs had become the trend.
Ray’Em said that he was back and set to share a new and improved version of himself, adding that Courage and Ándale are available on all music platforms.
The Delta born rapper, is known to combine the arts of rapping and singing, guiding his listeners with an often laid back flow, packed with true-to-life lyrics. (NAN)