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Why Superstar, Adeh’s song ‘Low Key” should have make it to Joe Biden’s inauguration playlist just Like Burna Boy’s song


Fast-rising songstar, Adeh is no doubt one of the best stars we’ve seen in our time, he has proven times without number that he is into good music and good music is into him.

The Nigerian vocalist has promised to serve his fans and all good music lovers nothing but good music, His recent song “Low Key‘ is a testament of the talent, lyrical and vocal prowess he wields.

If you have listened to ‘Low Key’ from Adeh, you will agree with me that it is a tune worthy of export into the international market, It is definitely also worthy of making it to President Joe Biden’s inauguration playlist.

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Biden defeated incumbent president Donald Trump in the fiercely contested November 3 2020 presidential election.

Biden and his Vice president-elect Kamala Harris were sworn in on January 20.

DJ D-Nice and Issa Rae, in collaboration with the presidential Inauguration Company, were responsible for compiling the playlist that was played on that very day, a playlist that saw our very own Burna Boy hit the golden list, making him the only African.

Other artists on the playlist include, Beyonce, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, Marvin Gaye, Whitney Houston, among others.

Adeh - Low KEY

Inauguration Committee CEO, Tony Allen, explained the criteria for selecting the songs on the playlist.

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According to him, the fusion of different genres of music is a reflection of America’s diversity.

“During a tumultuous year that has kept so many loved ones apart, music has been a consistent vehicle that has kept us connected,” Mr. Allen said .

“These songs and artists reflect the relentless spirit and rich diversity of America. They are the score to a new chapter and will help bring people together as the Biden-Harris administration begins its important work to unite our country,” he added.


I believe with the above criteria, Adeh‘s Low Key would fit just perfectly fine and represent the hearts of Nigerians and Africans. I recognize good music when I see it and you would agree with me that ‘Low Key’ is good to go.

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Maybe not today, maybe not at Joe Biden’s inauguration but someday I’m hopeful that Adeh would be on the spotlight.

Watch a snippet of ‘Low Key’ by Adeh below;

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