Oritsefemi Opens Up On Why He Named His 6th Studio Album ‘Corporate Miscreant’

Oct 21, 2016 |

Singer, Oritsefemi, will on November 1, 2016, dro his 6th studio album titled Corporate Miscreant.

Album Artwork

Album Artwork


With the album title already generating some sort of buzz, the ‘Double Wahala’ crooner, has finally explained his reason for choosing such title.

According to him:

‘Corporate Miscreant means an abuse of responsibility. The society is scary with lots of ungodly acts! Nobody is responsible for anything any more. No one protects children. People don’t respect marriage any more. There is abuse everywhere. We don’t have great role models again. Everybody runs after money. These are signs of evil. However, as an artiste, I have to sing about it. I need to let the world know what is going on in our society. We need to curb this.’

On how long it took to record the album, Oritsefemi said:

‘I have been working hard on this project since last year. I’ve had ups and downs on the project. But we have fortified ourselves. We didn’t allow challenges to weigh us down. This is the right time to kick off.’

His first five albums are titled; Money Stops Nonsense (MSN) Elewon, Wicked World, Unfadeable, and Musical Taliban.

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