Veteran musician, Mike Okri, stages comeback with self-titled EP

Veteran musician, Mike Okri, stages comeback with self-titled EP

Barely a few weeks after veteran musician, Daniel Wilson staged a comeback with the release of a new album featuring a remix of his old hit singles, v

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Barely a few weeks after veteran musician, Daniel Wilson staged a comeback with the release of a new album featuring a remix of his old hit singles, veteran highlife musician, Mike Okri is also staging a comeback after being away from the music business, with a comeback self-titled extended play (EP) which was launched on March 27th .

The launch of the EP titled ‘Rhythmysticals’ following his return from a decade sojourn in the United States, held at The Kulture Yard with Sheyi Shey as the special guest at the boom play backed launch. Produced by his Mike Okri Entertainment Company, the EP contains entertaining, original, intriguing and message-filled songs. He also collaborated with three female singers to remix three of his hit songs: ‘Omoge’, ‘Rhumba dance’ and ‘Time na Money’.

On why he left the stage when the ovation was loudest to the United States, he shared in an interview that he was spiritually inspired to leave the country at the time he did, adding that his coming back is not only to reclaim his place in the music industry but also to explore the business aspect of showbiz.