Press Release by Ciara’Lee The Pluglicist

LOS ANGELES — Darone Okolie releases new single “Kedu” an ode to his Nigerian roots. In the single Darone showcases his talents vocally as both a singer and a rapper.

“Hello, how you do?”

The word Kedu originates from the Igbo language meaning, “Hello, how you do?” Within the single, the Caribbean up-tempo vibe sets the tone for his approach to court a young lady in his actions to make her, his.

“African Heritage is something that is oftentimes overlooked in the mainstream eye, so I wanted to do something different and add my flavor to it by rapping and singing. I wanted to create a song that had a chill vibe but with something everyone can relate to and experience and that’s love!”

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As a lover of lyricists such as Nas, Nipsey Hussle, Lil Wayne and International superstars Davido & Burna Boy, Darone decided to channel his energy in what he knew would make a fun-filled end of the summer jam.

The single was also produced and written by Darone Okolie. As he continues to strive in the entertainment industry on-screen, he is elevating hi(story) through his musical abilities as well.

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Stay tuned for more from Darone in the near future both on-screen and musically.

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DARONE OKOLIE IS HERE TO SAYS KEDU was originally published in Artist Reviews & Caribbean Lifestyle on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.