One Way Ticket
Most believe that Segun Awe\'s is different and can\'t be classified, because he was born in a village, where he was exposed to the root of Africa without the interferences of modern technology. In the first track, Omi (Water) Se alafia ni means, is it peaceful? The village where he is from is where you get different rhythms usually ignored by the modern soul. You can listern to birds, singing tunes when you are working on the farm, with hands, mind and soul one with the land rhythmically. Segun transcends his music spiritually from Africa and communicates with the rest of the world. As Segun Awe so eloquently notes in the fifth track *(Jaiyesime)* Let The World Have Peace. Let's not lose the incredible resource which as everyone can see the state of Africa as a continent is losing everyday and buy his CD\'s to help him propagate his music further. The whole album *(One Way Ticket)* is for Peace.