MansMark Records Releases ‘ỌPẸ’, The Debut Album From Riddim Doctors, Project Of Nigerian Grammy-Winning Recording Artist and Percussionist, Sikiru Adepoju

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MansMark Records Releases ‘ỌPẸ’, The Debut Album From Riddim Doctors, Project Of Nigerian Grammy-Winning Recording Artist and Percussionist, Sikiru Adepoju

Now Streaming Everywhere

Album’s Featured Artists Include: Babatunde Olatunji, Giovanni Hidalgo, Zakir Hussain, Audio Angel (Rashida Clendening), Oz Ezzeldin, Bola Abimbola, Lindsey Schust, Paul Tao El-Shaddai, Sammy Fayoseh, Current Dead & Company Keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, Longtime Bob Weir Collaborator and Onetime Primus Drummer Jay Lane and Widespread Panic Bassist Dave Schools
Stream ‘ỌPẸ’ Here 
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The Riddim Doctors album celebrates dynamism of music of African origin

LOS ANGELES – The much-anticipated ‘ỌPẸ’ album, a debut by Nigerian Grammy-winning recording artist and percussionist, Sikiru Adepoju is out now!


“ỌPẸ (Gratitude)” Is Now Streaming on All Digital Platforms Via:


“Sikiru Adepoju the Mozart of his instrument––a virtuoso talking drummer” -Mickey Hart

Announcing the release, MansMark Records, the AfroWest Music Hub, says the floor is now open to fans, for a potpourri of choice music put together by some of the world best.

The official release of Riddim Doctors’ ‘ỌPẸ’ (Yoruba-Nigeria word for ‘Gratitude’) follows the unveiling of three appetizing singles from the collection: “Ajaja” (I am The Spirit); “Goin’ Somewhere” and “Take Me Home, Country Roads” – a vibrant remake of John Denver’s iconic song of the same title.

Other titles from the 9-track album include: “Dide Afrika” (Wake Up Afrika); “Idaji” (Sunrise); “I’ll Take You There”; “Ire Temi” (My Success); “Palm Wine” and “Lana Dewa” (Clear The Way).

The album is available across all digital platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes Store, Amazon Music and most record stores globally.

The Riddim Doctors’ project aims to celebrate African roots music while also infusing it with diverse new flavors: “The hope behind the album is to unite people in celebration of life and goodness,” says Adepoju.

According to the Founder/CEO of MansMark RecordsPrince Ayo Manuel AjisebutuSikiru Adepoju together with some key members of Riddim Doctors have encountered many twists and turns during the creation process.

“The unwavering determination of Sikiru Adepoju, continually supported by his friend of many years, Val Serrant, is beyond measure. Sikiru’s stubbornness about giving birth to his dreams, no matter how long it took, should be looked to for inspiration by anyone that dares to raise themselves higher. The lifeblood of the album is to elevate people’s spirits and ignite the essence of ỌPẸ in the listener. When the spirit of ỌPẸ is awakened in you, you will see the good in every situation. Embracing the spirit of ỌPẸ, gratitude, can reduce most of the tensions in our lives as we transform into better and more loving human beings. Unleash the spirit of ỌPẸ in you,” he says.


About MansMark Records

MansMark Records is the home of the last official studio recordings of Babatunde OlatunjiPrince Ayo Manuel Ajisebutu, founder of MansMark Records, is committed to upholding Olatunji’s legacy by associating his work with music and projects that promote love, peace and elevation of humanity. Babatunde Olatunji is from Ajido Badagry Lagos State Nigeria. In 1992, he received a Grammy Award for his participation on Mickey Hart’s Planet Drum Project.

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