O'Lawd Oye | Nailah Blackman | Trinidad & Tobago 2018

Nailah Blackman has delivered another song that is deserving of your attention. This one is entitled "O'Lawd Oye", a phrase that is said regularly in the islands of the Caribbean Basin.

We love the music on this one and Nailah's sultry singing style but the song finished too quickly. Two minutes and thirty seconds is just not enough! Someone needs to remix this song and add another minute to the production!

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Music Release Notes:
The versatile Nailah Blackman is at it again. This time she releases “O’Lawd Oye” a sultry, soulful record that draws from a distinct lineage of modern African music. With her humming bird voice, Nailah tells a heartfelt love story, presumably set in a rustic African village.

‘O’Lawd Oye’ is sweet as a sugar cane, sultry as a warm southern night and soulful as the afro punk beats that pound through this record.

Production Notes/Music Credits:
Song Title: O'Lawd Oye
Performed by: Nailah Blackman
Written by: Nailah Blackman and Anson Pro
Arranged and Produced by: Anson Pro
Additional Production by: Jus Now
Additional Percussion by: Joshua Salcedo
Guitar by: Nigel Rojas
Guitar by: Matthew Eddos
Background Vocals by: Kerice Pascall
Mix/Mastered by: Jus Now

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