Larry Gaaga returns with a brand new song titled ‘Egedege‘, He recruit the service of Queen Theresa Onuorah, Ijele of Africa- Flavour, and Phyno.
‘It’s been exactly 1year I dropped a song… so I decided for the next 1year it will be BACK 2 BACK…stay tuned #EGEDEGE‘
Larry Gaaga infiltrated the Nigerian music industry through a multidisciplinary assault of songwriting, production, management, entrepreneurism, and of course, singing. From his early days managing rapper Vector, getting on the track ‘Get Down‘ with V.E.C alongside 2face and being featured on occasional tracks like 2Baba’s hit song ‘Gaaga Shuffle‘ to starting his own label and scoring major hits of his own with the 2018’s Davido collaboration “Doe” and 2Baba, Burna Boy, D’banj’s collab – “Baba Nla” with Wizkid 2019’s “Low,” Gaaga has established a significant presence in the Afro-pop world. Also in 2019, he produced the soundtrack to the film “Living in Bondage: Breaking Free”.
According to Wikipedia;
‘Egedege dance was made popular by Mrs. Theresa Onuorah in Unubi Town. The name Egedege stems from local slang for richness and bravery which explains why the dance is considered cultural classics and is only played in a royal home or rich families‘.
Theresa Onuorah sings and dances along with her dancing troops. Her melodious voice can wake the dead from the grave.
She was called the Queen of the coast because it was rumored that an ordinary being cannot be endowed with such a golden voice. She has not debunked this claim. She, in fact, believes in the worship of the sea goddess.
Listen and Enjoy the new ‘Egedege‘ song delivered alongside Flavour and Phyno.
stamped and sealed as a culture veteran, Larry Gaaga shows off his Eastern heritage and its colourful cultural finesse with this star-studded track Egedege.
It was originally created by the legendary goddess; Queen Theresa Onuorah, who shines on the hook creating a perfect balance between Flavour’s melodious chant and Phyno’s indigenous rap prowess, bringing about a contagious dance fever. Egedege was produced and remade by Larry Gaaga, Masterkraft, and Marvio.
Captured in beautiful visuals shot by Unlimited LA, the richness of the culture and colourfulness within the details, give fans a well-rounded Eastern experience to make them feel welcome to sing and dance the indigenous way.
The video shows off gyrating masquerades representing and paying homage to the spirits that guard the land as well as guest appearances by Nollywood veterans like Chiwetalu Agu, Pete Edochie, and Harry Nwachukwu a.k.a Harry B.