In spite of the recent happenings in Nigeria [from the Subsidy issue, to the Dana crash, the #ALUU4 killings, etc...], Demmy [the artiste who recently released his "Tuale" track, and was also featured on the Cobhams Asuquo-produced "Distance" by Lawale] delivers  a totally different rendition of the popular "Turn On The Light" instrumental originally performed by Future. This instrumental has seen various artistes [both foreign and Nigerian-based acts] performing their versions but all have mostly come through with mainstream versions closely related to the dance-hall patterns; but Demmy chooses to perform his own version in a positive manner, giving hope to the lost souls - this is one song that would go a long way to show that as long as there's life, there surely is hope.

Demmy, who marks his birthday today [December, 4th] brings on board Tallest [an Indie-artiste, who delivers a subliminal short rap verse fused with a bit of the Yoruba language] and DJ Sean [a disc-jockey with lyrical prowess] on the instrumental which was re-engineered and mixed by Irich, a prolific producer who has been on his grind this year to deliver a song for "change" and "hope". This song would surely sit comfortably on the playlist of music lovers for a long time to come. | ENJOY!!!


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