1st July, 2011
Talented singer and producer, Toyin Ojeyomi otherwise known as Papa Tee, is set to release his second and self titled album, Papa Tee, after eight years.
According to him, the ten tracker, a follow up to his debut, Perspective, dropped in 2003, promises to be another success. He explained that the eight-year hiatus between the albums is a matter of career policy and noted that his music is not an everyday commercial stuff, but has a long life span.
Tracks in the album include How Are You, Egoli (Tribute to South Africa), Eni A Ba Lâ€™aba (Remix), Goodbye, Sky and Your Thought, the video clip of which is enjoying air play across the nation.
Meanwhile, Ojeyomi has relocated his studio/office, Eternal Productions to Amore Street, Ikeja from Opebi link road, where it was formerly located, stressing that the former office was a joint venture and that in his quest to meet and satisfy the desire and demands of his clientele with regards to standard, technicality and professionalism, he had to relocate.
It was gathered that the digital studio is for all sorts of music and its management offers music business consultancy.
His clients include octogenarian Pa Chris Ajilo, Yinka Davies, Ruggedman, Bunmi Sanya and Daphne Atere Robert. Others are Jojo Body Beats, Tokunbo Ojekunle, Femi Akintunde Johnson (FAJ), Koffi and Jide Morounfolu.
Papa Tee from Ijebu in Ogun State, is a musician, producer, director and multi-instrumentalist, who has over the years carved a niche for himself in Nigeriaâ€™s music industry, particularly the voice-over (jingle) sector.
He has voiced and produced several jingles including Radio Lagosâ€™ indent tune and GSKâ€™s Panadol Xtra, while he has also worked with Dr. Alban alongside Charly Boy in Sweden in 1995.