Sola Allyson features Adekunle Gold on folk song about paying more attention to children.
On the vibes he got off working with Sola, Adekunle Gold tells Pulse Music “She’s amazing, she’s pure, the vibe was perfect.”
Sola equally commented enthusiastically that she would love to work with Gold again and again, praising his friendliness, coolheadedness and humility.
About the song, the “Eji Owuro” Soul singer says ” I am doing an adaptation of one of our ancient folk songs to help create awareness about creating more time for children in our society, not exclusively leaving our children at the mercy of caregivers, nannies, househelps, and so on, not giving up on them even when they seem “bad”, and being strong as parenting is not an easy task.”
She also adds that the song to be released soon would melt hearts.
Sola currently has five albums Eji Owuro (2003), Gbe Je F’ori (2005), Ire (2007), Im’oore (2009), Adun (2012).
Arguably her most popular song till date is the love song ‘Eji owuro’ off her same titled debut album “Eji Owuro”.