Oluwatosin Agunbiade makes her music debut with a soul single titled The Cry which musically follows in the path of the likes of Asa and Erykah Badu who she credits as some of her inspirations. On the track the main topic Olú touches on is misogyny however, she also manages to touch on religion and the process of discovering oneself while she urges listeners to wake up in these tumultuous times.

With this introduction, Olú has set the bar high and shed light on issues like misogyny which need to be interrogated especially through art which is exactly why Olú claims to have started creating music professionally.