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Tunde Olaniran, “The Highway”

​The beat is rhythmic but kind of strange with bird chirps and synth kicks, but singer/rapper Tunde Olaniran makes sense of it all while shifting back and forth between various vocal styles. Off of his album of the same name from Quite Scientific Records.

posted: April 11th, 2014, 12:49am



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