Monday, 21 December 2015

Teenage saxophonist gives fans Christmas gifts with latest single; “I do”

Nigeria's most talented teenage saxophonist, Tejiri Emore, in the spirit of the yuletide season, has dropped a new single.
 Titled: 'I do', the release of the single aims to stir up the joy of the season. 
 As great things are accomplished by talented people who believe in themselves, Tejiri, Nigeria’s youngest saxophonist, an epitome of talent, skill and drive whom one can with no doubt refer to as 'A Child of Promise' has set the set pace for other young talents like him with this new single he originally composed by himself and produced by Mystro a vast and seasoned music producer. 
 This song has a perfect blend and rhythmic combination of the saxophone, drums and keyboard which can set your mind at ease and can be played anytime, anywhere especially with its beat that is sure to get you on your feet dancing.
Emore was born on November 24, 2001 in Lagos Nigeria.

He has played at the Aso Villa in Abuja in 2011 at the First Lady's Children's Day party where he thrilled the First Lady and her guests with an awesome performance and rendition of the national anthem. He has also played in various churches, corporate events like the Mutual Benefits annual thanksgiving, charity homes and orphanages. 
 He released an album in 2011, which contains tracks like: Forever Young. (Original by Jay-Z), He Lives in Me (Original track by Diana Ross), a Sax Medley and a host of other songs. The teenage saxophonist has performed alongside artistes like MI, Sasha P, Mode 9, Rock Steady, Dammy Krane, Solidstar, Vector, Sound Sultan and Tuface Idibia. Tejiri has proven to be one of the most sought-after young acts in Nigeria.
  He supports Children Living with Cancer Foundation (CLWCF), a non profit making charity organization dedicated to the care and welfare of children with childhood cancers and their families in conjunction with the Oncology ward of the Pediatrics Department of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH).

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