Many people are of the notion, that good music travels. This notion has proven to be a reality for the Agorsor Band, led by Nyorwunofia Agorsor who have received a warm reception since the release of critically acclaimed Hugadem album.
With media rounds for the album leading Agorsor band to wide audiences on Joy News and other news and entertainment platforms, the lead vocalist has remained resilient in creating environmental awareness. Beyond interviews, awareness is also raised through songs on the album; making the album a Pan-African music journal.
Agorsor seems to have infected the airwaves with the messages preached on their album. With Beat FM playing “I Do Not Know”, on Abuja’s busiest morning show, it is easy to say that Nigeria’s political class has come to terms with the messages of Agorsor’s album. The live music band has also received airplay from Kiss FM in Lagos and Kasapa FM in Accra.
This, as described by the members of Agorsor Band, is an encouragement to reach more corners with art, music and awareness. “Music is a way to create change and if our music is being accepted, it is a sign that we’re making our change. But we must not stop”, Nyorwunofia said.
The band said in an exclusive discussion, that it is set to release visuals to put the music even further. “We want to serve audiences across the world, with live music in every form. We’ve recently completed production for our live music videos and will be announcing to the media when they are ready for consumption”, a member of the band explained