After a long break, Clef nite is back to the music scene with a single "Amaye" which is set to debut on October 30th EST.
"Amaye" a.k.a Words of wisdom A slang word used in the eastern part of Nigeria derived from the famous repetitions or replies of igbo wisdom quotes. A practical tradition still practiced today in various Igbo cultural practices round the whole world.
The song, just like its description will feature some famous Igbo quotes and will be presented in Afro-pop style in a live studio recording.
Amaye is set to debut online and in stores worldwide on October 30th EST.
Composed by Clef nite, "Boston Song" is a tribute to both the city of Boston and the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013
The song was composed a few months after the bombing. Nite felt moved by how quickly the citizens of Boston worked to overcome the tragedy. The song's purpose is to promote Boston's diversity in education and arts, as well as the city's ability to bounce back after it's attack.
The song is written in a funk fusion style and will be available on iTunes and other music downloading sites soon.
Boston Song also earned a place on the seventh paragraph of a Boston Globe article listing as Clef nite was scheduled to perform it on his 7/3 concert at O'Brien's Pub in Allston.
The NYAB family (Nwannedinamba Youth Branch) a Baltimore-Washington based organization that is comprised of young Igbo professionals living in the United States. Also an indigenous movement posied on promoting and showcasing the famous Eastern Nigeria culture will be hosting Clef nite at their Gala Night on 8/23.
The Nation, a Nigerian based news media took some time to look into Clef nite's passion and drive for his music.
Clef nite and Nneka rocked the MTViggy's studios at Hudson NYC. The performance session featured some unplugged performances of Nneka's electrified songs.
The set was played with two guitars featuring Nneka on the first and Clef on the second and also with a loop machine for additional background vocals.
Nneka and Clef nite made a landmark history as the first Nigerians both abroad and international to be featured on the MTV unplugged studios.