DOWNLOAD: EGBE [SONGS OF ORISA] BY IFAGBENUSOLA OWOMIDE POPOOLA
This inspirational and spiritual traditional Yoruba Traditional Music opens gates for prayers to Olodumare (God) through abundant praises and prayers. It is a piece of evergreen music that everyone that loves Isese and any Orisa music should really vibe to.
This inspirational and spiritual traditional Yoruba music opens gates for prayers to Olodumare (God) through the abundant praises and prayers to Egbe.
What makes the album one of the best of its kind is the use of the ancient drums of Orisas like Bata, Dundun, Ogidi, Gangan, etc.
Without the traces of western instrumentals also the Traditional accent used by Ifagbenusola Owomide Popoola to praise and pray to each Orisha, the rhythm of the music is really a mind-blowing one, and dance away your sorrows and tribulations.
It is evergreen music that everyone that loves Egbe and any Orisa music should really have in their houses, library, phone, and Laptop.
You can download the Mp3 version of Isese Lagba Album by Asabioje Afenapa on your phone:
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