On the back of the incessant Boko Haram attacks on communities in Northern Nigeria and their subsequent forced relocation to settlements outside their region due to security concerns, ‘The H.I.D.D.E.N’, a music group made up of wordsmith, Plumbline and producer, Kraftmatiks have released a new song titled, ‘Hallelujah (The IDP Camp song),’ dedicated to the plight of internally displaced people in Nigeria.
The emotional missive dedicated to Nigeria’s Internally displaced Persons features an array of music minds like Ego Ogbaro, Yinka Davies, Terry Tha Rapman, Snatcha, Silver Saddih, Raymond Chinedu and Ernest Bisong, to draw people’s attention to the plight of Nigeria’s Internally Displaced Persons (IDP).
“It has been a long, painful wait. We planned so much but we eventually settled for the first step: Draw attention. The song , Halleluyah was inspired by the songs of the children of the Edo State IDP camp,” explains Plumbline the Poet and Kraftmatiks the Producer, members of the band, The H.I.D.D.EN.
Halleluyah, by The H.I.D.D.E.N is now available on all digital platforms both for streaming and purchase.
For easy access to all Platforms. visit:
The H.I.D.D.E.N – Halleluyah (The I.D.P Camp Song) (hearnow.com)
You can also visit the Artist web page:
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