9ice | Gongo Aso

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Gongo Aso

by 9ice

Album consists of proverbial lyrics, outstanding vocals, remarkable Hip Hop, R&B and Dancehall beats, smooth delivery, originality, a perfect blend of the Yoruba dialect fused with English done in a style that has never been heard before.
Genre: World: African- West
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1. Kinda Life
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2. Pamurogo
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3. Street Credibility
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4. Party Rider
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5. Babes Voice Skit
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6. Wedding Day
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7. Kasa Final
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8. Bachelors Life
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9. Gongo Aso Instrumental
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10. Gongo Aso
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11. Photocopy
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12. Ati Jelo
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13. Jule
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14. Ade Ori
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Album Notes
The artist 9ice, (born Abolore Akande on the 17th of January) known for his versatility, proverbial lyrics and unique style started his singing and writing career at the age of fourteen. Justifiable tagged “the hit maker”, 9ice conveys with his music, a new ethnic flavor and eclectic style that is uniquely his.

Years of studying the industry and refining his skills, has helped him develop his musical ideology and style. His powerful use of the Yoruba language and his lyrical abilities sets him apart from most artists in his genre and in his opinion is what makes him 9ice. This unique style, evident on all of his song some of which include his hit song Gongo Aso, Little Money, Ganja Man, Talent dey waste as well as on collaborations like the song 'Ruggedy Baba' a hit track he did with Nigeria’s Ruggedman, often leaves many listeners astonished at the magic of the delivery and the rhythmic harmony.

9ice, whose hit single “Gongo Aso” sophomore album has become a sort of national athem in his home country, aspires to raise his game, push the creative envelope and transcend music stereotypes. He is working hard to build a solid, outstanding body of work that hopefully will outlive him. He aims in all ways to become a reference point for Nigerian artistes anywhere. Reminiscent of the likes of Fela, Youssour Ndour and Angelique Kidjo, he hopes to someday become a cultural ambassador with his music. He believes consistency, originality as well as old-fashioned hard work are the keys to achieving all these.

His music credits include collaborations with RuggedMan on the chart topping ‘RuggedyBaba’, the powerful social commentary ‘Make dem talk’ recorded with 2Shotz, as well as tracks from his first album “the Certificate”, and hit songs from his sophomore album “ Gongo Aso”, some of which include, Gongo Aso, Street Credibility, Pamurogo, Photocopy, to name a few. His musical influences range from Wyclef Jean to the Miliki Maestro, Ebenezer Obey. 9ice is without a doubt leaving his mark in the Afro hip-hop circle and worldwide. He currently has two albums to his name and with the way things are looking many more to come.


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nyam kenneth

I gust keep on singing.

nyam kenneth

I just want appreciate you for your music intertament, keep it\'s up.


I jam the CD in my car everytime I drive. This guy is totally slamming.

akeem agaliadewale anifowose

Gongo aso
For the king of fuji alhaji sikiru ayinde barrister to endorse this album, who am i?

Kevbe Apoe

Not Bad
It's a pretty good album. I prefer artists like Styl-Plus, 419 Squad, D'Banj, P-Square, ElDee, and Sheyman, but 9ice holds his own as well. I certainly hope he makes more albums. I'm really proud of my fellow Nigerians. We've come a long way since the days of Sina Peter, Sunny Ade, and Barrister. Fela is still the King though.


you deserve grammy
hi,u re really 2 gud.u need a grammy right now ike u said..no doubt abt dt.plz what im looking up to nw,is ur record label.dnt really knw if u av one now.and if 4 instance u av one now or u are aiming at that,plz it has to b a little bit fast fast.cus im dieing to work there.any way sha keep going speed up like dat.pple like u really deserve great awards.once again im kelvin from warri,ur #1 fan.my no is 08053878487.my email id is (rebuke642k@yahoo.com)just stay out of trouble.n keep going higher n higher.2 much



Gayle Gibson

Gongo Aso
How u deh, 9ice peoples? LUV dis CD, baby! i started learning Yoruba way back in the day July 2007, i wuz showin' my frenz Quincy & Shaquane sum serious Yoruba rap moves n they say i got serious floas! Umm hmm, thas right! So don't change ur ways, man, u'r like serious hip moves & grooves!
Thats it.
Tctezabi Nami Lesotho (this white girl's African name)


the credibility video is not good