Cameroonian Spoken Word Artist iGeraud Drops His Second Short Film, “Resilience”

After releasing his first short film last year, Cameroonian spoken word artist, iGeraud drops another short film titled Resilience. Produced by Nkeng Payne and scripted by iGeraud, this short film was published on October 21, 2018. It explicitly denounces war and calls for peace in a dying society.

Writing from his experience of the devastation and violence of the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon, iGeraud paints a vivid picture of the gruesome killings and hostilities perpetrated in the country’s two English-speaking regions. He speaks from the perspective of the oppressed, asking that there be change.

Despite being grateful for the ‘peace’ the country has had for the past decades, he tries not to blame anybody for the sad situations he sees or feels.

As tears roll down his eyes like melting ice from Antartica, he calls on oppressing leaders to free Africa and its people from oppression. Still, in this short film, he hits hard on issues like global warming plaguing Africa. He laments the fact that Cameroonians die like flies.

What’s the purpose of Resilience?

According to iGeraud, “it’s a souvenir to remind me of the days I will get up in the morning, and fall down on my knees to pray for Cameroon.”

He ends by expressing his happiness for being a proud Cameroonian. And proud to be in “this jungle of praise singers, backstabbers and ass kissing citizens.”

Full of emotions and strong-worded messages for peace passed across in an undulating flow of soft music, this piece certainly has a soul.

This piece is full of thought-provoking words that will make you question what’s going on in Cameroon. Resilience delves into the innermost depth of your thoughts and shines the light on social injustice in the country. Listen, learn, download, and practice resilience during this perilous times and don’t forget to drop your comments below.

237Music: iGeraud – Enigma X (Official video)

Cameroonian spoken words artist, iGeraud puts out his second project since he decided to take on this rare genre. Titled Enigma…

iGeraud releases his first short film titled Enigma…

iGeraud - Enigma

Cameroonian spoken words artist, iGeraud puts out his second project since he decided to take on this rare genre. Titled Enigma this project is a short film directed by Didier (DJAY). Thought provoking words that will make you question and rethink your life purpose and goals…

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Enigma drives into the innermost depth of your thoughts and shines the light on so many social ills. Enjoy and do not forget to drop your comments…

Download: IGeraud – Ovation

Due to popular demand, ovation audio (spoken words) by IGeraud produced by Edi Ledrae is now available for streaming and download

Igeraud OvationDue to popular demand, ovation audio (spoken words) by IGeraud produced by Edi Ledrae is now available for streaming and download. Enjoy!

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Brand New: iGeraud.com – Ovation (Spoken words Video)

It’s titled Ovation produced by Edi Le drae and co-produced, written and performed by iGeraud

It’s titled Ovation produced by Edi Le drae and co-produced, written and performed by iGeraud.FB_IMG_1494178436091

Alot of people might be suprised about the “performed” part as this witty yet vibrant young man is known for his writing prowess . Who would have thought iGeraud could jump on a beat this perfectly? iGeraud is a blogger, community manager, writer, a promoter and possibly one of the finest lyricist Cameroon has ever had.

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Ovation…. the words of this song…What ingenuity?! Putting spoken words on a beat in such a way that it rhymes with the latter. This is the first video of its sort out of Cameroon and maybe Africa. iGeraud in this song preaches unity, togetherness,humility,  love for one another; values the present day society lack. In a nutshell “the sky is big enough for every bird to fly”.

Enjoy this thought provoking piece directed by Godlove D & Bengono Marcelle shot in front of the first Catholic church built in Cameroon.

Keep up with iGeraud on www.iGeraud.com