The D-day is here and our self-titled album “The Grey Area” is finally available on all digital platforms.
The album kicks off with Sorry, which tackles the hypocrisy of half-hearted apologies. You has Kid Marley serenading in his native Igbo tongue with a special promise to his love, followed by Dark Clouds which reveals uncertainties in everyday life. Thots explores the waters of love and heartbreak, and Ogunfe is a joyful song centered around the good things of life. The child’s play of Erekere follows, interpolating the hit of King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall, a Fuji Icon from Nigeria, with the sounds of The Grey Area. Denge Pose rounds off the EP warning of pride and arrogance.
With production from Osinachi, 3rty, Kid Marley & DSD, The Grey Area covers a wide musical range from Indie Pop to Choral African music.