Timi Dakolo – Men Of The South


Timi Dakolo Unveils Vibrant Anthem “Men From The South” Celebrating Niger-Delta Culture

In a musical celebration of his rich cultural roots, renowned Nigerian singer-songwriter Timi Dakolo has dropped his latest single, aptly titled “Men From The South.” Representing the South-South region of Nigeria, specifically the Niger-Delta area, Dakolo brings his characteristic sophistication to this vibrant piece.

“Men From The South” is more than just a song; it’s a rhythmic celebration infused with the gyration vibe deeply rooted in the Niger-Delta culture. The track radiates a contagious atmosphere of joy and pride, capturing the essence, spirit, and identity of the South-South region of Nigeria.

Dakolo’s lyrics, with lines like “South South boys, oil money dey,” pay homage to the resilience, prosperity, and spirit of the Niger-Delta people. The song showcases Dakolo’s pride in his heritage, emphasizing the strength, dignity, and vibrancy of the South-South.

This release is a precursor to Timi Dakolo’s highly anticipated album, “The Chorus Leader,” set for release on January 19th. Fans can expect a blend of soulful melodies and profound storytelling, as Dakolo continues to captivate audiences with his musical prowess. “Men From The South” is a glimpse into the cultural celebration that awaits in Dakolo’s upcoming album.

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