The much anticipated fifth studio album of multiple award winning artist eLDee is set to drop on July 1, 2012 [Today]. The producer, songwriter, and performing artist has a history and track record that speaks for itself. 15 years in the music business and still topping all relevant charts, eLDee has proved beyond reasonable doubt that he is a legend in the making.
The album “Undeniable” features hits such as “Wash Wash,” “Higher,” “Today Today,” and includes songs which he feature the likes of K9, Wizkid, Sojay, BankyW and more. elDee, who was born in Kaduna, Nigeria, recently described his latest LP, saying “This album is different from my previous albums because i decided to take a fresh and truly original stab at what contemporary African music should sound like today.”
“Undeniable” is loaded with traditional African rhythms that have been creatively modernised by the use of contemporary synth sounds, and is sure to connect with listeners from all over the world.
eLDee “We chose not to compromise on the quality of the CDs, when you lay your hands on a copy of #UNDENIABLE tomorrow, you will see what I mean.”
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Trybe records is proud to announce it’s roster of artists for 2012 which currently include eLDee, Sheyman, Sarz, K9 and Sojay. Trybe Records is looking to sign a few more artists before the end of the year and promise to be the team to watch out for in 2012.
The Trybe Records team set out to shoot 3 new videos last week. First is for eLDee’s first single off his soon to be released album “Undeniable” which drops on March 31, 2012. The second video is also for an eLDee single, the wedding song “today-today” also off “Undeniable”. The third video is for Sheyman’s soon to be released single “Celebrate“.
The “Higher” video shoot was shot in the desert and involved the use of some hi-tech remote controlled hover-cam equipment. The song features K9 and Sojay who are also artists under eLDee’s Trybe Records. Making cameo appearances are label-mates Sarz and Sheyman. The video promises to be an award winner when it finally hits the big screen in a few weeks.
“Today-today” is a wedding song and the video captures the beauty of modern day African weddings. eLDee, his grooms-men, the bride and her bridesmaids had a lot of fun shooting the video and it is one that will be heavy on request show playlists across the continent.