ELDEE'S ONE DAY

Friday, June 25, 2010

Regular readers are aware that I enjoy hip hop and especially appreciate it when an artist I like serves something that is politically conscious.

Nigerian musician, Eldee, delivered on all counts with the gem "One Day". It is an empowering message to the populace to stand up and demand what is theirs such as consistent electricity, adequate healthcare, safe roads and schools. Considering that Nigeria's 2010 budget allocated more money to the military than it did to either education and healthcare, the message that things need to change (one I agree with) is crucial. Particularly during the pre-election season.

The song and high quality video are inspiring and a reminder that Nigerians must engage in making the country better.



Let that day be today...

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Sassy Trends said...

Nice one... I dig this...

Saratu said...

Cool, even though of all the Trybesmen I was always a bigger fan of Kaboom and Freestyle than I ever was of ElDee. I miss their group though -- it'll be great if they come back together. Nobody nowadays can do anything like "Plenty Nonesense" or that great one they did on HIV/Aids.

Azazel said...

i love the song

Shar said...

Long time...no hear. Nice one though!!

PYNTK said...

Thanks so much for sharing the video.

Basilio Muhate said...

Great Song...

miss.fab said...

More money to military than to education or healthcare????? Oh God. I cannot stop crying for my country. It just feels like THERE IS NO HOPE!!! Just... I don't even know what to say.

Great song

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