Once again another hit single from Nigeria arrives the scene in celebration of Ogoo’s musical and vocal ingenuity.
‘I’ll Be There’ is an RnB track, a song of hope that comes in response to the psychological trauma which a good number of individuals in society have to contend with. It quite resonates with ‘A Song of Hope’, a poem by David SmithWhite. Lyrically, ‘I’ll Be There’ addresses the people as fictitious individuals rather than as a massive whole, and this obviously is one amongst the many artistic strengths of the song.
‘I’ll Be There’ comes following two other singles by Ogoo, ‘You Are Mine’ and ‘Onye Isi Oma (The Lucky One)’, both of which were promoted on UbuntuFM Hip-Hop Radio. Like the two before it, ‘I’ll Be There’ bears the glaring brand of vocal prowess and informed instrumental assortment for which Ogoo is fast gaining a reputation.
Composed by Doron Clinton and independently published, expectations are high that ‘I’ll Be There’ will meet its full economic potential for which it promises.
Beginning from 8th June, ‘I’ll Be There’ gets distributed to online music stores and aired on radio and other platforms for music promotion, including UbuntuFM HipHop Radio.