Labule to release new track, ‘Wait’

Fast-rising ‘Highfro’ singer, Segun Adewale, popularly known as Labule, is not resting on his oars. He is about to follow up on his last successful release of hit track, Zero, which enjoyed massive radio airplay, with another hit titled, ‘Wait.’ The Trumpet gathered.

Zero, released in January, enjoyed massive airplay on radio stations, earning the University of Lagos graduate rave reviews.

And following the massive success that greeted its release, Labule the ‘highfro’ singing sensation is hitting his fans with ‘Wait,’ a song he describes as reflective, deep, and educative which is aimed at addressing the get-rich syndrome among the youths and, at the same time reinforce in them the value of hard work, contentment and waiting on God.

“Wait is telling us not to be in a rush to be wealthy. “Being wealthy is a process; procedure that I believe is the universal truth.

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It is a divine process that youth must accept. “It is quite unfortunate that we are being plagued by quick-money, get rich menaces and, the major culprits caught up in this web of vices are the youths.

“Most youths believe in the fast life, ignoring the process. Imagine a 16-year-old boy eager to drive a Bentley, ignoring the process of getting wealthy. Where is the virtue? Hard work, contentment, and waiting on God should be the anchor,” Labule stated.

The much-anticipated track will be coming out on the 29th of this month.

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