Yewande Adebayo | Music for Social Change Project Vol.1

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Music for Social Change Project Vol.1

by Yewande Adebayo

Afro-pop songstress starts a journey with you on this debut World Beat EP with a mix of West African and reggae rhythms. Percentage of proceeds geared to support girls education in her home country, Liberia
Genre: World: African
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1. Ah Say
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2. Sing With Me
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3. Oh Liberia
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4. Nahwa O
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


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Yewande Adebayo was born in the former war-torn city of Monrovia, Liberia. She migrated with her family to the United States a few months shy of the civil war that would devastate the country to present. She conceptualized the idea of the Music for Social Change Project in hopes of one day also being a catalyst for change in her homeland. Years later, she is making it happen.

Like Yewande's persona, this EP offers an ecclectic mix of African pop, jazz, R&B, reggae, light rock, and classical music. She is poised to be in the company of artists like Zap Mama, Angelique Kidjo, Les Nubians, and Norah Jones with whom she often yields comparison. Past venues have included the NJ Performing Arts Center for the JP Morgan Chase Sounds of the City Music Summer Stage. She is a rising star on fire for a noble cause.

"Its one thing for others to mobilize in our behalf and its another thing for us to mobilize in behalf of ourselves. Because it is our problem, at least being a part of creating our own solutions would likely be more sustainable. And that's why at least lending visibility to our plight and creating an atypical platform for thought and planning is one other way forward. I don't anticipate change overnight, but I still remain hopeful for our people and for our future."


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Nat Nyema

Sing With Me
Great song, great instrumentation wonderful voice.
I love it. Rythm session kicks.

India Logan

This is very inspiring. Please do not give up on your efforts whatever you do...stay on course. God will bless it. I heard you are working on a new release and that its on fire. We willdefinately be there to support. Also to let you know, your performance at Diva's was hot. Stay strong and beautiful.

patricia vaye

hi i,m patricia a Liberian but i lived in Australia and i,m so proud of you.because you are liberia so populerand you are a great singer keep it up girl you look so beautiful.

Cacius Acolatse

Hellow, my name is cacius Acolatse, I lived in Atlanta Ga. I listen to your music and am very interested in establishing contact. I will love to help. I know some very important people. please give me a call. 678-558-3393 cp.


Good begining!
It is a good a way to begin,great innovation!

Fredrick Teah

Bravo to THE WOMAN of Africa Princess of truth
ur music is so special that I can not stop listing to it, this makes me to feel that Africa too is super power, especially when it comes to talents like yours.

David kollie

Liberian!! Stand Up !!the New Fatu Gayflord is Born!!!
Yewande!! Listening to you,I felt so proud being Liberian again...Keep up ma, you've breath life in mama Liberia. may God bless every path you take. excellent Voice...

Vesselle Yarkpazuo

Girl, you made me proud
This is a very great venture. I'm already your fan and I hope stage a concert in Monrovia. Keep it up.

F. Harris

Wow....indeed Liberian young women are productive and creative. All we need is opportunity. Bravo Yewande..these are the kinds of music Liberia need to promote its lasting peace and development. I will definitely play this on my radio program.............

Michael N.Jebboe

It's a complete rebirth of hidden talents in Liberians.
It's wonderful. The musical genes of Gebah has once more come alive. TWO THUMBS WAY UP!
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