Newsdelivers.com – The duo group, OKAAY, fronted by Niko Al Hakim alias Okin and Kaay, released their debut album. The two released an album titled “TogetherWeAreOkaay”. Not randomly choosing a title, OKAAY chose the title for this debut album based on the formation philosophy of this duo.
“We both have the same background. Both of them came from the bottom to try to rise to the top and in the end we succeeded even though life is indeed hard,” said Okin in the statement received. brilio.net, Tuesday (16/8).
“Yes, and if we can, you can certainly, that’s why we wrote ‘together we are okaay’ (together we are okay),” continued Kaay.
This album consists of 9 tracks, starting from the track titled ‘Godspeed’, ‘Antara’, ‘LDR’, ‘Racun’, ‘So Bad’, ‘Tetap Satu’, ‘Forget the Name Remember the Taste’, ‘Penman Malam Sepi ‘, and ends with ‘Dear’. For “TogetherWeAreOkaay”, they are still trying to present pop music that has different vibes.
“Indeed, OKAAY’s music is pop music that we try to make with different vibes. We want to play pop music in a creative way,” explained Okin.
No half-hearted, to work on this album, OKAAY assisted by big names such as Rinaldy Vidianza, Agung Munthe, Dimas Pradipta, Ramadhan Handy, Bagus Aditya Nugroho, Mohammed Kamga, Ari Renaldy, to Laleilmanino. “TogetherWeAreOkaay” has been in the works for about a month and a half since the single ‘Penaman Malam Sepi’ was released. “After the second single was released, we immediately returned to the recording studio to then focus on making songs around June. So, it took about a month and a half to prepare,” recalls Kaay.
OKAAY hopes that through their debut album, many people will get something while making their songs on this album a representation of their feelings.
“We put so much hard work in it. So, your appreciation means a lot to us. And like the previous OKAAY single, hopefully the songs on this album can be your medium in representing your feelings,” concluded Okin.
OKAAY’s debut album entitled “TogetherWeAreOkaay” can be heard on all digital streaming platforms in Indonesia.