Not relenting on the success of his recently released EP, "Reflections," Shaddy Racks (real name, Shadrach Okoro), sets out to release his latest offering titled "Ojo Language"; produced by prolific producer, Quebeat, and with stunning visuals directed by Director Bash and shot on location in Lagos, Nigeria, "Ojo Language" proves to be a very catchy melodious Amapiano-infused tune, likewise, a childhood melody. The song would easily remind kids who grew up around Ojo, which is located on the eastern section of the Trans–West African Coastal Highway, about 37km west of Lagos, a part of the Lagos Metropolitan Area.
During the rainy season, children living within the Ojo axis would come out to play and they get to chant the melodies related to within this tune; infused with the Amapiano sounds, Shaddy Racks, who represents the Racks Army brand, brings a childhood memory to life; listen up, watch and share your thoughts. | ENJOY!!!