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Chijioke Amu-nnadi’s “Everything Beautiful” comes on stream Easter Sunday



Amu Nnadi’s new album “Everything Beautiful” comes on stream Easter Sunday

Nigeria’s renowned Poet and Author, Chijioke Amu Nnadi says his much anticipated first single new album “Everything Beautiful” would be unveiled on Sunday, April 17th, 2022.

The song, titled ‘Amazing’, was created from his poem of the same title in his fourth book, “a river’s journey” (published in 2016) and is performed with Pamela Scott.

The multiple award-winning poet, including the prestigious Glenna Luschei African Poetry Book Prize in 2014, whose works have been adopted by several universities as literature materials, had in 2021 launched his book, “the love canticles”.

In a chat with Journalists, he disclosed that, the album was ready and a new single would be released every month until the full album’s unveiling in October.

According to him, other collaborators on the album include August Chuks, Feelix, Tarri Guitarri and Buchi of Today FM.

Pamela Scott, who is a soft rock, neo-soul singer, songwriter, acoustic guitarist and producer, has released four singles and an EP, titled “Who I Am”, which gained recognition in the Nigerian music industry. Her voice is described “a soul on its own, capturing all who listens to her.”

She is known for her message of God’s love and hope and declares “I sing my truth and my truth sets me free.”

The song, which begins with the words, “We belong to a great and immeasurable universe, which we cannot fathom,” is a deeply philosophical piece that reflects the brilliance of Amu Nnadi’s poetry and the beauty of Pamela Scott’s singing and craft.

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“It’s amazing how many planets we find but inhabit one earth, how many fruits there are but only a few we eat. It’s amazing how many stars in our universe, but how few we know, how much knowledge there is and how so small our minds.

  • “We think ourselves masters of the universe, the true emperors, but sadly, how so little we know, how so little man is. No matter how greedy, no man can own the world, ” said Amu Nnadi.

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