Letting friends and the media sample the new project, the alternative soul singer hosted an album listening party where tracks on his sophomore album were played and performed live by Bez and his band.
The listening showcase was attended by a host of stars and media personalities including Seyi Shay, Falz, Olisah Adibua, Audu Maikori, Toke Makinwa, Timi Dakolo, Kunbi Oyelese, Tito Idakula, Kaylah Oniwo, Makida Moka, OC Ukeje, Ozzy Agu, Lala Akindoju and many more.
Produced by Cobhams Asuquo, the “Gbagyi Child” album features diverse sounds with different origins and stories, which Bez narrated, revealing that the creation of the album began 2 years ago, and ended just a week ago.
Featured tracks on the project include ‘Hold You Down’, ‘If to say’, ‘You Suppose Know’, ‘There’s a fire’, ‘Breathe’, ‘Eternity’and a host of others.
While some of the songs were made by infusing the traditional drums sounds obtained in Bez’s village in Nassarawa, he also worked with Beyonce’s percussionist Marcie Chapa on others.
Bez treated guests to a fine blend of traditional sounds, a breath taking feature with Simi, and rock music specially engineered to be enjoyed at international musical festivals. He engaged the guests in a question and answer session, offering insight to the intricacies of making his genre of music.
“Gbagyi Child” is an entirely live recorded album, and it is scheduled for release in November 2015.