By Victor Graham
Singer, Daniel Wilson has returned to music with a 16 track album, more than 20 years after he left the stage.
Although the veteran musician released a single titled “Never Again” in 2018, attacking President Muhammadu Buhari for some of the policies of his government which he described as anti-people.
Nothing much was heard of him again until Tuesday morning when he announced through his Facebook page that he was back to what he knows and loves doing.
He said: “Let me formerly announce the release of my 10th studio album aptly titled TIMELESS. Yes my friends, its official, I am singing again. I wan begin dey drag microphones with my children”.
The new album is a collector’s item, featuring remakes of some of the major hits he made 30 to 37 years ago and mixed with a few new songs that are an exhibition of his current music interests and experiences.
The raggamuffin king who hails from Rivers State assured his fans that they will be delighted to hear the new album and asked them to renew their commitment to him.
“Please renew your commitment to this musician who may have created some beauty and truth through his music for YOUR enjoyment while you were growing up by downloading this album or streaming it repeatedly at least. I am full of gratitude already in advance for your support and I thank you immensely”.
The original bad boy’s come back is one of the biggest come backs in contemporary Nigerian music and the latest effort is a master piece of rhythm.