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Title: Praises from Africa
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Ayo Tikare - Praises from Africa mp3 download
With this selection of traditional praise songs, Ayo Tikare brings you the message of God with abundant vitality.
Ayo Tikare is a gospel artist with a difference, bringing fresh inspiration to timeless classics and contemporary African gospel.
Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
Ayo Tikare is singer with a passion for African music. Born and raised in Nigeria, she enjoys singing both contemporary and traditional tunes. Since the age of ten she has been singing in several choirs and bands as was lead singer with The Liberators for several years. Her latest album, Praises from Africa is a lively blend of traditional African music and dance. She has been influenced by longstanding artists like Manu Dibango, Bola Are, Kenneth Appiah, Dupe Solana as well as modern artists like Midnight Crew, Gabriel Eziashi and Lara George. Her style of music is gospel fused with an eclectic mix of old and new styles spanning the African continent and she has done some collaborative work with Ibitayo Jeje, HESS and Florocka (Nathan Akiremi).
Ayo Tikare - Praises From Africa.
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Africa" is a song recorded by the American band Toto in 1981, for their fourth studio album Toto IV, and released as the album's third single on September 30, 1982, through Columbia Records. The song was written by band members David Paich and Jeff Porcaro, and composed by Toto. The soft rock and jazz fusion song lyrically incorporates themes of love and location.