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Tunji Ige – Why Don’t You?

Tunji and Glassface share the New New sights for Tunji’s New New Why Don’t You?.

In his long anticipated reappearance, Tunji Ige arrives in grand fashion on his newest track, Why don’t you?, confirming that time doesn’t diminish talent or taste.

Why Don’t You? is a dawning track release for those unfamiliar with Tunji’s work. This song is a new promotion for someone already deeply submerged into the hip-hop world.

Listeners are directly in the heart of Tunji’s talents. The union of vocals, lyrics, and production appear effortless for Tunji. His dedication for making a refined return pays off tremendously, generating appreciation for his commitment to the music scene.

Tunji upholds his creative mind in the lyrics. The rhetorical question is continuously followed by smooth reasons to be convinced into his empire. Why Don’t You? has the perfect hook, catching listeners into hearing what Tunji is arranging in his future ahead.

Adding to the lyrical content, Tunji’s voice is an enticing factor in listening to Why Don’t You?. His voice adds a spice to his lyrics, making Why don’t you? a zesty appetizer while we wait for more to come from him.

The background production of Why Don’t You? is an auspicious assertion that Tunji is grinding towards the top. The instrumental is mesmerizing and provocative as if Tunji’s is addressing his own question through the perfectly syndicated beats.

Most of the time, veterans don’t get the luxury of redoing first impressions, but Tunji has used that oddity to his advantage; knowing that his absence created a gap in new content, Tunji took his talents out of remission and set a new standard in what is to be released by him.

Tunji Ige – On My Grind

Tunji’s week continues with the New New Glassface-directed On My Grind sights. Shouts to FADER for the premiere.

Now you know you’ve been waiting for this one. On My Grind has been blessed with the Glassface sights.

This time around we’re treated with plenty of city shots, tons of that Glassface typeface play, and a healthy dose of beautiful women to round things off. Of course, Glassface never leaves things as simple as the above may sound. Wild shots, layered images, & a variety of colors are utilized thoroughly.

And there’s even a nice little sneak peek at the end. How you like that?

Tunji Ige – The Love Project (Album Stream / Download)

14 Dec 2014 / in Album, Music, tunji ige by

the-love-project-tunji-igeCOVER BRAINBANDITS is proud to share Tunji Ige’s debut, The Love Project. The project features 13 original tracks all produced by Tunji (with additional production on two tracks by Noah Breakfast & Beewirks). Executive produced by Tunji & BRAINBANDITS’ own Chad Carrington, with art direction and visuals by Josh Goldenberg (aka Glassface) – the project truly is a BRAINBANDITS release, and a culmination of over 3 years of hard work by Tunji and everyone involved. Press play, and enjoy.


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27 Mar 2013 / in Concerts, tunji ige, Video by

Travi$ Scott hit the stage at the Converse x Thrasher Death Match at SXSW, and BRAINBANDITS’ own Wonda and Pat Peterson were on hand to capture it all from on stage. Edited by Tunji Ige, this cut features appearances by Casey Veggies, Mike Dean, Wonda, Anthony Kilhoffer, and the homie Chase B.

Neph – Bandoleros (Directed by @tunjiige)

27 Dec 2012 / in brainbandits, tunji ige, Video by

Directed by Tunji Ige.

Tunji Ige – Good Guys (Preview)

24 Sep 2012 / in tunji ige by

Coming soon from Tunji Ige.