Teni & Oxlade, two prominent musicians from Nigeria, join the remix of “Three Little Birds.” Bob Marley’s music has endured for decades because to its ageless themes, the alluring sentiments they evoke, and its widespread appeal.
Afrobeats superstars Teni & Oxlade have joined the remix of Bob Marley & The Wailers’ 1977 classic tune “Three Little Birds,” which they wrote and produced together. Teniola and Oxlade, who joined Bob Marley in promoting positive thinking, contribute fresh lyrics to the remix.
The Nigerian pair joins Sarkodie and Tiwa Savage as African musicians who have contributed to remixes of Bob Marley’s timeless songs. The song, which is a sampling of the well-known song “Don’t Worry,” is meant to reassure folks in the Ghetto who are worried about where they will get their next meal.
This comes barely a week after the gifted Teni shared a preview of her new song produced by none other than Blaise Beatz. Oxy, on his end, is also doing some great exploits like featuring the OG Flavour on his latest single, “Ovami,” and delivering a stunning performance at the recently organized Afro Nation Portugal.
So, you should expect nothing but greatness when these two musicians unite to create, even if it’s a remake to an old classic record like “Three Little Birds,” which you can listen to below.