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VIDEO: De Ages - Metu Metu

The two Abia State boys ( Delisha David Okocha and Kelvin ifeanyi Emenike) who grew up in Port Harcourt and later took a shot at the Lagos entertainment scene didn’t take music seriously until in their early 20s when they started writing songs together and began performing in local concerts, parties and events, going through what they described as “a typical post-secondary school lifestyle” and taking their influences, like The outlandish, Tuface Idibia, Dagrin and a host of other arts who did songs in their mother tongues. David explains, “we used to stay with an uncle who played “the outlandish” all the time. We naturally gravitated towards that kind of sound; there is a warmth and timelessness to raping and singing in one’s mother tongue that we have always loved”.

DE AGES became famous around their neighborhood after they entered a city wide battle of the bands in Port Harcourt and won. This earned them the notoriety to begin playing at bigger shows for an ever increasing local audience. DE AGES later hooked up with their brother and mentor Agu  Joseph Agu (Agu Joe), the CEO of Lions Den Records and the pieces began to fall into place for them.  They are now officially signed on to the Lions Den label and work with one of the most sensational producers and music directors South of Nigeria, King LXE.

The song "Metu Metu" is their latest effort and it was produced by LXE and the video was shot in Lekki, Lagos and directed by fast rising video director Uche Chukwu formerly known as Young Pizzy.

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