Music lovers are obviously excited and impressed about the song, ‘Egedege’ recently released by Larry Gaga featuring the likes of Theresa Onuora, Flavour, Phyno, Pete Edochie and others.
See reactions on Twitter below:
If you haven't streamed downloaded or listed to Egedege song,it's fine you are still igbo!
But after reading this tweet go now to YouTube and update yourself!
Decades of tradition and lyrics pug in one video!
Umuigbo, support your own!
— South East Hypeman (@ejikemekassy2) October 23, 2021
YouTube is on fire with the crave for #Egedege. This is my first time listening to her other works and mama is solid ooo🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/9tjhdp9zGS
— alusi ne kpe church!!! (@favogbuji) October 23, 2021
EGEDEGE visual was shot in Enugu, but Eastern Nigerian got the credit.
This would probably not be the case if the same video was shot in Lagos or Cape town.
If Enugu gave you hospitality to express your art, it is only right you give her her due credits. pic.twitter.com/fyfXc77uY1
— Vera Chidimma (@chief_vera) October 22, 2021
Flavor serving Dot Nation Back to Back.
This year alone he released:
This is the resurgence of the Igbo Renaissance
Igboness is being flaunted with so much cultural pride 🙌💕
— Chris Eruba (@ChrisEruba) October 23, 2021
Putting Chiwetel Agu in that in the Egedege song is intentional and I am happy we coming together like this.
The message is clear❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/7YhcSVjAju
— ValentineUTD (@sweetestshuga) October 23, 2021
Igbos are going to eat good this season. Wahala for who no come back villa for Xmas. Egwu December o set.
Levels x Egedege
— YourFavouriteNurse💙💙 (@iSommiee) October 23, 2021
Even if you don’t like anything in this Egedege music, you must surely like Pete Edochie’s epilogue and Theresa’s sonorous voice 🥺
I don dey YouTube since oh they stream her old music.
— King Monye 👑 (@iamkingmonye) October 23, 2021
The most laughable thing I've heard recently was the argument coming out from this Egedege song. Some were saying this is not Theresa Ọnụọra but her daughter. They didn't know that when she released those songs in the 80s, she was still young. There are many Igbo artistes and
— Maazị Ogbonnaya Okoro (@maazi_ogbonnaya) October 23, 2021
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