Root& RoLL is my 5th studio project and 4th personal album(Comfussion in 2004/Abinibility in 2006/TradofunkHIPsouL in 2008/Worker man Movement-All eyes Open 2010).
It comes as a book1&book2 album.Book1 contains 12 Tradocentric groovy tunes with a spice of hipness plus a bonus track featuring members of worker man movement.Each song has a different vibe and feel with strong emphasis on Naija percussion's
and ethnic drive albeit some borrowed western touch to give it a crossover modern tinge.
Album is devoid of lewd content and is good for family listening pleasure as it contains songs that cut across all age groups and gender.
1."Get Back Home" visits the issues of Nigerians stranded in harsh conditions in the diaspora
2."Real Deal" is a moniker and tune to accentuate the koffi brand as a great work of art as well as an entertainer
3."Hold you tight" expresses the undying love of one to another
4."Happy Birthday" as it titles is an appreciation of everyone who wakes up to see each day of their lives and their birth date
5."E get as e be" addresses the pain of most struggling young men caught in a failing relationship due to finance
6."cherie koko" celebrates love
7."Me she want" emphasizes the female gender appreciation of a man of value
8."Telemi" features Adunni of the female Ensemble Nefretiti and is a dedication to 2 people in love who aspire to marry
9."Rawu-Rawu" is a bite at political scallywags and their innuendos
10"PawPawPaw" is a crafty tune done to express the female anatomy and warn against immoral dressing
11."omo toh shan" borrows the tune of "Rosie" as previously done by blackky to celebrate the female gender and is rendered with a twist of reggae
12."Toast" as it suggests is done to appreciate anyone who has cause to celebrate life
13."GidiLove" with Workerman movement is done to celebrate the homebase of the clan,Lagos city.
Album is boasts of production works by Yeankeyz,Outshine,Lowkeyz and Ex-o
mixed and mastered by Joe Ojaz
Video of Happy birthday was shot recently by DJ Tee and is already on air
for more info www.koffi.tv/www.workerman.org