Moelogo is determined to set straight all previous assumptions about him. Fresh off songwriting credits for Tiwa Savage’s Celia. The award winning Artist/ Songwriter / Vocal Producer has directed the full weight of his versatile abilities on his music since last year. He encompasses the soul of afrobeats and the streets in this finale of his trilogy, me, myself and ItheEp.

  There is a conflict of identity, between who he is and who he wants to be “…I’m always helping I don’t help myself…”  he sings on the somber opener Things fall apart. There are unnamed villains in this story. The people that want to control him and women trying to use him, star problems. 

Vocal prowesses are flexed by Moelogo himself and his impressive guest features. The solos on Things fall apart and Boju Boju are exhilarating. On the raggae banger Fontainebleau with Krishane he finds a match, in melody and lyrics. He trades top penmanship for slick bars with rap features Alpha Ojini and Laycon. 
This is Moelogo

He is ready to give love another chance on One time featuring Reekado Banks.
He is confident, “when you hear me say logo you know it’s a banger”. The “Mr Goody Goody with the bag” , empowering on who talk “Who talk say babe no fit stand for road and get investment…”

 Unpredictable and dangerous, Jaiye with Bella Schmurda will have you on your feet in seconds and the Q-dot verse on Wahala is the best thing I’ve heard in a while. Ria Sean fucks it up with boss talks on mellow tones. The government inflicted pain on boju boju can be heard from miles away.

Our spirit guide on this sonic journey is the guitar strings leading from the first track to the last. A mix of melodious Yoruba, English and pidgin grounded on Shekere, talking drums and trumpet, creates an atmosphere of calm and hope amidst the chaotic storm that is Nigeria

He is raw, He is vulnerable, He’s cocky and most importantly, not anyone else but his true self on, ItheEp.

Listen to ItheEp on Spotify