The latest addition to the BAHD Guys Entertainment family, Oluwatobiloba Dawodu, popularly known as Sir Dauda comes through with a new debut five-track EP dubbed “Love Ex Machina”.
The title “Love Ex Machina” loosely translates to ‘Love to the rescue’, and houses the act’s 2019 hit single ‘‘Landlord’’ and four new tracks including two features “Woman” and “Logba Logba” with chart-topping singers, Simi and GoodGirl LA.
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The project is produced by A-List hitmakers such as Willis, Chillz, Sizzle PRO and Focus Ramon.
Sir Dauda was first introduced to the Nigerian music scene in 2012 with the release of his first single titled “Sisi Oloja”, which turned out to be a fan favourite and opened the door for a number of collaborations with other Nigerian acts including Show Dem Camp, Adekunle Gold, Blackmagic, Aramide, Loose Kaynon amonvst others.
Speaking on the recent development, Falz described how elated he was to be able to work integrally with an artist whom he not only respects but also believes in.
“It felt good and really exciting to have Sir Dauda join the Bahd guys entertainment, he’s someone I really do genuinely believe in with the whole of my heart, he’s very immensely talented,” said Falz.
“I would do everything in my power to ensure this is an amazing journey for both of us, for the label, for him.”
Falz described the album as an ‘introductory project’ which shows the act’s versatility and range, which is a great first project.
The act’s genre music is called “Jungle Funk”, which is a blend of poetry, folk and rap lyricism fused with African sounds and rhythms.
When asked about what he hopes his debut EP will accomplish, Sir Dauda said: “tell authentic stories.”
“My sound is a blend of different styles and each track on the EP gives a very spiritual feel that fans would love and appreciate, so picking just one favourite track won’t be easy for them.”
Having worked with big hitters in the Nigerian pop industry, Dauda has learned the importance of making music that is honest and in alignment with his truth.
The project is a diary of love which positions the act as a purveyor of love.