17 July 2018

Nigeria: MC Chido Releases New Music 'Ogogoro' Featuring Pardon C

Nigerian international musician Chidozie Okoro, professionally called 'Mc Chido' returns with celebrated highlife singer Pardon C on a brand new music - 'Ogogoro'.

The singers making waves in the international scene, collaborate to put Nigeria's indigenous music on world spotlight again. After recording massive hits and gaining foreign recognitions, 'Ogogoro' is another bold statement from the versatile singers.

Mc Chido is not a newbie in the Nigerian music industry, he's been actively around for about 8 years now, while Pardon C is also one of the notable Nigerians, enjoying massive success in the US, due to his creativity and how he's been consistently putting the image of Africa in good light through music.

'Ogogoro', produced by versatile sound engineer Walta Blackson, mixed and mastered by talented Jay Stunt, is a song that combines Nigerian and other African sounds, it further showcases the lyricism of the two acts. This track will no doubt do well in the African and international communities.

This new single, 'Ogogoro' is Mc Chido's follow up to the widely accepted single tagged 'Skele', featuring J Martins and produced by respected music producer DJ Coublon which was released in 2017.

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