DJ Wayne Debuts With Oxlade and Adey-Assisted Vacancy

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As Plug Nigeria’s DJ Wayne shares his debut track Vacancy and moves from mixing the songs of others to putting out his own work and earning credits on tracks, he taps another one of the entertainment company’s signees Oxlade. The release continues a defining year for Oxlade who has scored his biggest track yet in Away and continues to attract a bevy of new listeners off the success of his debut EP Oxygene.

Vacancy, produced by Adey is a sensual, low tempo record that Oxlade dominates as he questions a love interest’s commitment to him singing “girl please let me know, if you dey for me.” He goes into a bit more detail revealing the conundrum of a man with a number of options and only interested in making sure he does not make the wrong decision.

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