Audio: ‘Sisi Eko’ by T-Flava

“T-Flava dedicates another one to the ladies on the Insane – assisted “Sisi Eko”, his latest single off his soon to be released album. On this radio-friendly, self produced record, T-Flava sings praises and spreads positivity about ladies in general. T-Flava, who has been consistent with dropping major tunes, sings “Like the grace on my life, you’re amazing…my love no be jeans, no fading” over this galloping beat. Insane steps in and adds some spark on the beat with his smooth, electric flows. Listen up and enjoy!

About T-Flava
Tolu “The Flava” Oloketuyi regards himself as first, a producer, then a recording/performing artiste and then a songwriter. He is absolutely in love with the concept, mystery and power of music. Also known as T-Flava, he started playing the piano when he was three years old and he hasn’t stopped doing so ever since. He was in a group called S.N.D (Sounds from a New Dispensation) in university and together they put together various concerts/shows in schools in Lagos and across the Lagos border.

After school, the group dispersed and T-Flava left the scenes to fulfill a non-music related dream (YPM). T-Flava has cut beats for the likes of BlackMagic (Foreigner), YokeeGilla (When I Think Of You, Sebede). This talented singer/songwriter/producer debuted with “How Low” in January 2011, which quickly became the ladies’ favorite. He followed up in May with “Think You Know” featuring Outtatown, Zara Gretti, Pope Da Hitman, and then with “Who’s Dat Gal” in December 2011.

His album is expected to drop later this year under the “Rated-R Records” and it has mad songs like “Shut It Down” featuring YokeeGilla, “Baby Making Music”, and “Come Go Meet My Mama”. T-Flava is here to stay and the amount of talent resident in this Producer/Songwriter/Singer/Lady-Lover is immense.”

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