gospel singer and music producer, Seyi Ajo, has concluded plans to launch his second studio album.
Ajo, who started his music career in 2002 as a producer, was the brains behind the albums of a number of gospel singers such as Lanre Teriba, King Rocker, Dare Melody, among others.
While speaking with R on his latest project, Ajo, who is a sibling to the Ajogbajesu twins, insisted that releasing his second studio album would be a dream come true, adding that he had waited four years to do a proper research on what next to do with his music career before bringing the dream to life.
The seven-track album, according to Ajo, featured the Adegbodu twins and Femi Solar and would be launched November 13 at Ozbek Plaza, Based Civic Centre, Iyana Church,Ibadan, Oyo State.
Born into a family of musicians, the light-skinned singer said his album preaches patience, perseverance and love.
“I have delayed the album till today because I want to give my fans the best. Over the years, I have produced songs for Lanre Teriba, King Rocker, Dare Melody and a host of others, but the responses I have been receiving from those who have listened to the songs I have produced have been very positive.
“People have called me to release my secondf album and that’s why I have been working on this new album, which would be launched next week Sunday,” he said.
Speaking on how long it took him to complete the work, Ajo said he started working on the new album about seven months ago after it became clear to him that his fans were ready to have a feel of what he has to offer. “It took me seven months to work on this album. I feel my fans are ready and I am very optimistic that this new work will push my career to the next level.”
Ajo revealed that gospel singers, Lanre Teriba, The Adegbodu Twins are expected to grace the event just as Chief Adedimeji Onifade from the US and Chief Adebayo Adewopo will also be on ground.