KOI YE WON by The ImisiOluwa Ft. Ayo Alade
A year ago, I made this magic with my friend, Ayo Alade. Kò Ì Yé Wọn is an unconventional bilingual piece of simple Easter poetry loaded with the realities on which our faith is based. Kò Ì Yé Wọn by The ImisiOluwa x Ayo Alade….
Please, Tell The Devil
Please tell the devil he didn’t win Tell him sternly, tell him clearly Tell it on the mountains, tell it in the streets If he didn’t in BC, then he didn’t in AD For forty two generations of life He was given a fair chance…
There are conversations that are well beyond the boundaries of ‘pen on paper’. Some heartfelt and straight-up words that provide context to concepts. That’s what this podcast is about. Here are my musings on Love, Life, and Faith as I probe human thoughts and thoughts around these themes. Sometimes, I’m right. Sometimes, I way out of line. And at other times, I’m just as clueless. Trust me, It’s going to be a funny, yet insightful, and inspiring ride. Buckle your seat belts.
Ever heard of that song that says it is impossible for a butterfly to extinguish a barbecue fire? Well, that’s a true saying, but…..
There are truly impossible things, but only within given contexts. Seasons change, miracles happen, content changes, change happens, discoveries are made, and what seems to be impossible becomes possible.
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