British Rapper of Nigerian descent, David Orobosa Omoregie, popularly known as Santan Dave, has released his second studio album dubbed “We’re All Alone In This Together.” Dave once revealed that her mother who was born-and-bred in Nigeria hails from Benin State in Nigeria.
However, she migrated to the UK to get a better life for herself and her children. She once said that her main aim for Dave was to finish college and work 9-5 like other people but Dave’s path was different. Therefore, she gave him the chance to do what he believed in and loved to do, hence, music.
Dave gained recognition for his lyrical and delivery skills of rap; addressing social issues and pressing issues mostly about the black community in the west. His first album “Psychodrama” went platinum after less than a year of its release. He went ahead to win the Album of the Year award at the BRITs Awards (equivalent to GRAMMYs in the US).
“We’re All Alone In This Together” is a 12-track album that speaks about social issues. On the first track, “We’re All Alone,” Dave speaks about how damaged the Nigerian government is and how the youth are struggling to make ends meet.
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— SANTAN (@Santandave1) July 22, 2021