Multi-talented singer, Akuchi has dropped his banging song dubbed “Whine.” The song follows “Solo,” the artist’s debut for the year.
In addition, “Whine,” which has vibrant synthesizers and energetic percussion, encourages one’s love interest to submit to dancing. With lyrics like “we piss each other off and we eat each other out,” the song epitomizes the carefree atmosphere of a party, emphasizing its theme of having romantic pleasure even when romances grow slightly difficult. The accompanying saxophone provides a lovely dimension to the song’s overall impact, while 007’s production conjures the bright, seductive ambiance of Caribbean sounds.
Also, Akuchi Amadi, who was born in Warri to parents from Imo state, has been around for a while. Three years ago, he piqued the interest of Nigerian pop star Olamide, who included him on his album The Glory’s track “Underground.” Soon after, the roles were reversed, with Akuchi collaborating with Olamide on “ringi ringi,” a song that was well-received.
Moreover, After that, Akuchi took a sabbatical from professional music, preferring to live out his daily reality as an undergraduate, first at Afe Babalola University, then at the University of Buckingham in England, and last at Pan Atlantic University in Nigeria. His passion for music, on the other hand, pushed him to study producing and sound engineering. Akuchi is the co-founder of Big Music, the record company to which he is presently signed, demonstrating his hardworking attitude.
Finally, The song “Whyne” encapsulates Akuchi’s musical evolution, which has been influenced by his life experiences. “[His] goal is to offer the people a tale no one can makeup and no one can re-create,” he said in a recent interview. He’s certainly delivering on those statements, as seen by his recent series of releases.
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