Tobe Nwigwe Releases Studio Version Of “Wake Up Everybody” Cover

Tobe Nwigwe Releases Studio Version Of

Tobe Nwigwe is coming off of an incredible year. The release of Cincoriginals propelled his status as one of the strongest lyricists to come out of the South in the past few years. He’s traded bars with some of the sharpest wordsmiths in the game, proving that he can hold his own. However, he’s continued to showcase that he’s a jack of all trades capable of holding it down melodically in the booth. 

Nothing shows this better than his latest offering, “Wake Up Everybody.” The rapper delivered his interpretation of the Melvin & The Blue Notes’ and Teddy Pendergrass collaboration for ESPN’s Music For The Movement/Black History Always. The studio recording of the single arrives shortly after he delivered a stunning performance of the song for  the Presidential Inauguration Committee’s “We Are One” livestream event.

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Check it out below.

Quotable Lyrics
The world has changed
So very much
From what it used to be
There is so much hatred
War and poverty

HNHH by [Cardiblogger]