The Year 2010 officially welcomes Eedris Abdulkareem back into the music scene. Anyone who followed Naija music in the 1990’s definitely knows Eedris Abdulkareem, formerly of the defunct Remedies group (remember Shakomo?). He also made an impact in the noughties with hit singles like “Jagajaga”, “Oko Ashewo” and “Mr. Lecturer”.
He’s no stranger to controversy as he was once embroiled in a physical battle with 50 Cent (his bodyguards actually) and then got into a war of words with President Obasanjo over the “Jajajaga” hit single.
Eedris left Kennis Music and released a couple of “less-than-impressive” albums . Now, he’s back with Keke and I’m told his album is already made. Be on the look-out for more singles from him.
To the song itself, It may not be one that gets you going from the onset, but continuous plays will definitely aid it’s appeal. Simple chorus… definitely one for the local scene.
“Calabar Girl” was Premiered a lil while back by DJ Humility on Rhythm 93.7 FM.