Album by Wale Oyejide by Wale Oyejide feat.
This Is Dedicated To. Featuring – MF Doom. All songs written + produced by . yejide for Angry Robot Music (BMI) + Ology Work (BMI) Except: Song + . ancey for Pay Jay (ASCAP) Song + . cMathis for Lovelution Publishing (ASCAP) Song + . umile for Lord Dihoo Music (ASCAP). Tracks 17 & 18 are unlisted bonus tracks.
Album · 2004 · 16 Songs. 12. This Is Dedicated to (Feat. 16. Give It Up. 3:00. 16 Songs, 53 Minutes. Released: Aug 3, 2004. 13. Slow down. As far as I know, this is Wale Oyejide's second major release--coming after Walls Don't Exist under Wale's "Science Fiction" alias. It's easy to identify One Day Everything Changed as the work of the same artist, but enough differences are in place to make one understand why he chose to release it under a different name. Walls Don't Exist had a lot of vocals on it, but still gets talked about as an instrumental release. That might not be too unreasonable; the vocals could be pretty subtle at times.
Theme Music Wale Oyejide. Slow Down Wale Oyejide. Damn James Wale Oyejide. This Is Dedicated To (Featuring Mf Doom) Wale Oyejide. Give It Up Wale Oyejide.
But then how do you explain Wale Oyejide, a Nigerian-raised American college graduate who has spent time living in the Middle East? Having lived a global life even the most political of rappers can only take educated guesses about, it's highly fortunate that this producer, known for sci-soul beats as Science Fiction, has stepped behind the mike, offering a blend of Sly Stone holler ("Ever After") and lyricist flow the slightest of native patois ("Third World Anthem"). This Is Dedicated To. Wale Oyejide.