The different backgrounds and locations of her recordings reflects highly on this album. She infuses her Nigerian Roots in many of the songs, but still keeps a rough hip hop sound that is irreplaceable. She also brings the sexy back just like her heart throbbing album artwork.
You will have to hear it for yourself! much love to @Nynemilla for the hard work on producing, mixing, mastering and engineering.
No other independent artist has the United Nations under their belt but Titi LoKei does! Her work ethic is 2nd to none.
As an Oxfam Ambassador, LoKei was able to team up with other Major African artist to call on the African Heads of State to keep their promises and invest at least 10% of their national budget in agriculture. In 2003, the African leaders signed the Maputo declaration promising to spend at least 10% of their national budget on agriculture. 10 years later, where are their promises?
The United Nations felt the movement of this song and has selected it to be their theme for the Year of Family Farming campaign.
"Where is our 10%", with Baaba Maal (Senegal), 2 Face Idibia (Nigeria), Smarty (Burkina Faso), Lami Phillips (Nigeria), Daara J Family (Senegal), Sound Sultan (Nigeria), Titi Lokei (Nigeria and diaspora), Ceepee (Mauritania), Danny Lee (Niger)