Ahead of “The Lost Tape,” Adé Wave Publishes “Pray“…
Seeing out a four-year long recess from the music scene, collocating with a name change, the past nine years has seen Adé Wave (formerly known as Chuckie) create awe-inspiring musical content alongside stage shows with unbelievable feats of greatness; with guest appearances on HotNewHipHop‘s Brooklyn-born and Staten Island‘s raised Brave‘s “Pop Bottles” single, to featuring The Zone Agency/Tinny Entertainment‘s very own Dapo Tuburna, the words phenomenal, amazing, surprising and astounding, would be only some of the few to truly describe the natural ability and raw talent of the bloke whose high velocity and lively stage show births nothing short of widely appealing and downright awesomeness.
With an unprecedented extended play on the way, Adé Wave loftily and majestically presents a single off the project in a bid to see himself back on the music scene; titled “Pray,” with production credits going to Bakery Beats, this offering highlights the beingness of everyone looking on to God for a transfiguration in a bid to better their finances, or just to live a ‘good life‘ whilst maximizing their potentials even with the world looking down upon them. “Pray” also would be the lead single off his new project, “The Lost Tape (TLT),” an overdue project born as a concept from years of music making.
The Nigerian-born, and now Missouri-based recording act is set to symbolize African music deep into the Midwestern region of the United States where musical memories run deep and where it’s musicians have not just influenced the musical tapestry within, but in many ways, have woven it – seeing himself in a light which shows growth amidst challenges and accomplishments, Adé Wave is set to give benediction to music lovers and fans as he won’t let go of his irrational motive and passion for music – being one who’s seen the world from both sides, he’s euphoric in his heart’s content to share his new sounds as would be witnessed on “The Lost Tape” as he embarks on a new musical campaign with “Pray.”