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Orezi – “We Don Tire”

Orezi – “We Don Tire”

Orezi comes through with a new song titled “We Don Tire” to speak to the Government/corrupt leaders about Bad Governance on behalf of the Nigerian Youths.

Esegine Allen better known by his stage name Orezi, is a Nigerian musician from Delta State. He rose to prominence with his song “Rihanna” in 2013.

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Orezi began his music career in early 2009. He has worked with several producers, including Kiddominant, Del B and Dokta Frabz. Orezi’s debut song “I No Fit Lie” became Radio Continental’s theme song. He headlined a show named after the song; the show was organised by the Continental Broadcasting Services (CBS). The music video for “I No Fit Lie” was shot in South Africa. In 2010, Orezi released the single “High B.P”. The music video for the song was endorsed by MTV Base. In late 2010, he released the DJ JamJam-assisted track “Jamilaya”.

In early 2011, Orezi was featured on “Emoti” alongside Danagog, Igho and DJ Debby. The song was played on Trace TV, MTV Base, Soundcity and One Music. He was also featured on Jatt’s single “Komije” alongside Sauce Kid, Muna and Igho. Orezi released the music video for the song “Booty Bounce”; it features cameo appearances from Karen Igho, Bovi, Wande Coal, Kay Switch, Sina Rambo, Vina, Danagog, Skuki and General Pype, among others. For several weeks, “Booty Bounce” was one of the top ten African songs on Trace Urban, Channel O and MTV. The music video for “Booty Bounce” was nominated for Most Gifted Reggae Video of the Year at the 2012 Channel O Music Video Awards.

In 2010, Orezi performed during Star Music Trek’s visit to Kaduna and Makurdi, and also performed at an event celebrating Nigeria’s 50th Independence Day. In early 2011, Orezi performed at DJ Jimmy Jatt’s “Jump Off” show held at the Get Arena in Lekki. He has performed in several club tours in Nigeria and South Africa. He was part of the Emoti Tour organized by DJ Debby. Orezi performed at Club Inc in South Africa. In 2012, he performed at the Rhythm Unplugged concert in Ibadan, and toured with Trace Urban and St. Remy.

We Don Tire“, Music is a weapon and Orezi is definitely using it this time by lending his voice to the ongoing Endsars, End police brutality protest going on in the country right now. This song reflects the pain, hardship and terror the Nigerian government has continually meted upon its citizens.

This uptempo beat song – “We Don Tire” which reflects on pain and hardship of Nigerians is produced by BananaBoy.

Listen and Enjoy below

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