From the piano harmonies that usher the audience into the melody, you immediately get an unwinding and marvelous feel. Jisike is an Afro RnB melody by Nigerian-British artist and London’s Loughborough University’s first dark PhD holder, Adaku Agwunobi.
It is a charming record that looks to assuage and support the normal man through the every day battles of life.
“They don’t have a clue about the occasions are hard; Hold your head high, you made it to one more day; everything will be alright; Chukwu Gozie gi; Everything will be alright; Ogadinma,” the expectation felt all through the melody tops from the introduction and crescendos at a similar alleviating yet vivacious energy.
One of the most captivating pieces of the tune is its helpful feeling. Aside from having such insightful and charming verses, the tune’s vocal amicability – which is incredibly reflected in how Adaku’s voice praises the tranquil instrumentals – contrive to make a nerve-loosening up feeling in the audience.
“I composed the primary section of Jisike during the pinnacle of the pandemic; I composed it on account of the continuous unfairness and vulnerability. I composed it for each and every individual who has ever battled and keeps on battling. Jisike is a word that has consistently caused me quickly to feel better since early on. I needed to create a tune where individuals can simply close their eyes, take a full breath and unwind,” Adaku reveals to Guardian Music.
Delivered by Lagos-based sound expert, Ken Hamilton, close by, ThankGod Chidiebube, a.k.a Thankykit, Jisike is ready to be a valued expansion to each playlist, bearing its endowments of recuperating and unwinding to each audience.
Jisike is the principal official single from her approaching Extended Playlist, named Enerj, which was delivered autonomously on November 20.