Yorland Records has released a new song called Ebute, which features Deborah. The song was released on November 15th by The label, bringing together a talented group of artists, beatmakers, and collaborators. The album manages to display a distinct musical palette that has been lacking in traditional Yoruba folk music.
Yorland Records' song Ebute is a captivating composition that captivates listeners with its ethereal and otherworldly soulful tone. The song takes listeners on a delightful journey through the heart of a beautiful town, where ancient rivers whisper nature's secrets. It's a one-of-a-kind combination of African percussions, dialect, and lovely songs that convey a profound sense of connectedness to the natural world.
Deborah - Artist
Crossdale Juba, a notable highlife recording artist in the 1970s, served as inspiration for Yorland Records' creative director. Ade-olusola Kunmi, who draws on his experiences in nature and his interest in indigenous cultures to produce a musical experience that transports listeners to the heart of a small village in ondo state, Nigeria, and awakens their primordial instincts.
The song's message of patience and giving back to one community, as well as the broader idea of reconnecting with nature, can all be understood as a call to safeguard and preserve the Earth and culture. The song encourages listeners to escape the stress of city life and seek tranquilly and inspiration in nature.
Ade-Olusola Kunmi ( Yorland records creative director)
The song combines yoruba cultural influences, particularly those of the indigenous ikale people of ondo state, Nigeria. The song's dialects and percussive parts pay homage to the yoruba people' rich legacy, giving the music a timeless and worldwide appeal.
Yorland Records continues to capture fans worldwide with its unique blend of culture, ethereal melodies, and haunting vocals that transcend language barriers and cultural boundaries, leaving listeners with a lasting impression. The song's capacity to inspire a deep sense of connection to nature and primitive impulses ensures that it will be remembered as a timeless classic.