74Aderemi Productions Releases Animated Lyric Video for "How Did We Get Here?"

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

74ADEREMI PRODUCTIONS RELEASES ANIMATED LYRIC VIDEO FOR "HOW DID WE GET HERE?"
Song Performed By Broadway Star Arbender Robinson

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK: Brooklyn-based 74Aderemi Productions is proud to announce the single and lyric video release for “How Did We Get Here?”  Performed by acclaimed Broadway star Arbender Robinson, the song details singular and multi-person reflections on conquering demons, and soaring to new heights with newfound inner peace.

Arbender Robinson made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award winning production of Hairspray.  He has since had successful runs in Little Mermaid, Hair, Ragtime, Book Of Mormon, Lion King, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Les MiserablesShuffle Along, and many more.

With lyrics by A.A. Adedeji and music by Eli Zoller, the song will be included in the pilot for the upcoming drama series, We Be Nurses.  The lyric video, edited by Elana Meyers, draws from the main story line of the first season and well as playfully incorporating the medical theme of the show.

“We felt ‘How Did We Get Here?’ was the perfect song to introduce the world to the music 74Aderemi Productions will be creating,” said A.A. Adedeji.  “The producers felt Arbender’s performance was very evocative of that iconic pop ballad by George Benson,  “Everything Must Change,” another song which tackles reflection on life’s journeys.”



The song was produced by A.A. Adedeji, Roger Newcomb and Eli Zoller.   It is now available for download and purchase at CD Baby.

About 74Aderemi Productions
74Aderemi Productions is a media production company based in Brooklyn that creates fiction and non-fiction narratives, as well as music, for TV, film, digital platforms, and the theater.  The company was founded by seven siblings from Lagos, Nigeria, to honor their beloved mother and her family of amazing and fiercely independent women. Rooted in African folk lore, projects created and produced by 74Aderemi Productions reflect the values she taught them as children and adults. As she would always say, “It is well with you”.

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FOR ALL PRESS INQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT
David Miller - info@brooklynwood.net – (929) 500-1957

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