SEAN DAMPTE ON BABA WON THE EP, A MASTERY OF AFRO-FUSION EASE
On Baba Won The EP, we would reflect on how the heritage of Afrobeats is talked about all over the world prevalently from the American and European continents with names like Sean Dampte as one of the pioneers of recreation. It is a good thing that we are not stuck to just the basics of Afrobeats, singers from Africa have emerged with new sub-genres of Afrobeats which makes the music more dynamic.
Afro-fusion as one of the offspring of Afrobeats birthed by Sean Dampte has survived as long his prosperous career all through London to Nigeria and diffusing other zones. A relentless effort will be mentioned as the reason for making as much impact in the saturated Naija music sphere, Sean has made it to nail some unforgettable records and musical projects to himself.
This new 5-tracker extended play, ‘Baba Won’ is a succession in his ‘Awoodah’ EP series which features 2 of the most prominent new generation soul singers, Seyi Vibez and Buju who have the heart of music lovers in their voices.
Sean Dampte being an artist who ultimately gives room for his mother tongue to flow boundlessly with a blend of pidgin English has chosen to ride on a wave of ease with this EP, hoping to connect in a more rhythmic way than he has ever done.
“Agbada no be brocade oo make you calm down”
“If the gele no dey cooperate then better change your style”
‘Agbada’ on Baba Won EP is an easy tune where you find Sean Dampte pledging to the stress-free way of life and switching styles without fuss if one doesn’t work. For a personality who loves to enjoy his sweats and shoulders his burdens, that’s one anthem out of five made for you. You can truly feel the ease expressed on this EP.