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Segun Akinola is a composer who believes in music without boundaries.
After being introduced to the world of film music he began to pour himself into every style and genre of film and television. He wanted to learn and understand the language of each medium and the different ways in which music can function within a scene; the ways in which music aids a viewer's experience and the way in which it can reach into the depths of a being and force us as viewers to connect with a character and share their emotions.
Segun also has a great interest in music production; he counts legendary veterans Quincy Jones and David Foster as his favourite producers of yesteryear whilst his favourite producers of today are Mark Ronson, Rick Rubin, Ryan Tedder and Timbaland.

"I believe that music is about emotion" he says, "it could be a feeling of joy, it could be a feeling of anticipation and it could of course be a feeling of melancholy but for me this is what music is about, this is why it speaks to us as humans; this is why I write music".

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  • A Comment on THE WRITER'S HOUSE's
    Jesus You Are at 0.35
    on February 15, 2014 09:53

    Love this! Been stuck in my head all week

  • A Comment on Alec_Roberts's
    Zephyr at 1.54
    on January 17, 2014 08:40

    This is so good! Great job

  • A Comment on Segun Akinola's
    Broken Light at 2.11
    on May 24, 2013 09:25
  • A Comment on Maria Antal's
    Float against the time at 1.31
    on May 24, 2013 09:20
  • A Comment on Segun Akinola's
    Our Time Will Come at 1.06
    on April 23, 2013 21:41

    thanks Nash! :)

  • A Comment on Segun Akinola's
    Platinum at 0.39
    on April 10, 2013 18:11
  • A Comment on PejoristMedia's
    Reflections (Hip Hop Instrumental) at 0.47
    on March 23, 2013 21:01

    really nice groove!

  • A Comment on Composer Richard Pryn's
    The Dead Rise Up at 1.11
    on March 19, 2013 22:19

    This is stunning! The subtlety in your arrangement is also fantastic

  • A Comment on Composer Richard Pryn's
    Fallen at 1.13
    on March 19, 2013 22:18

    this is really cool!

  • A Comment on JaiAmore's
    Jai Amore - Backwards [Out Now on iTunes] at 0.17
    on August 12, 2012 13:40

    great track! :)

  • A Comment on Future World Music's
    The Big Reveal - composed by Armen Hambar at 0.41
    on May 09, 2012 15:49
  • A Comment on simonporter's
    A Bunch of Talking Heads at 1.00
    on May 09, 2012 15:47

    really nice harmony and groove

  • A Comment on Stefan_Fuchs's
    Just a rainy day at 1.11
    on May 09, 2012 15:41

    this is really, really good!

  • A Comment on Russell E.Bell | Composer's
    You are the reason at 0.38
    on May 09, 2012 15:34

    really nice!

  • A Comment on Reuben Cornell's
    Tick Tock at 0.12
    on May 09, 2012 15:28

    really cool track! :)

  • A Comment on Marie-Anne Fischer's
    Gaia at 0.39
    on May 09, 2012 15:27

    really like this, nice job :)

  • A Comment on LindsayWright's
    Sky Is The Limit at 1.34
    on April 08, 2012 16:38

    very nice :)

  • A Comment on Stephen Anderson's
    African Skies at 0.53
    on March 27, 2012 13:00

    This is so good!

  • A Comment on Dirty Loops's
    Cirkus at 0.26
    on September 08, 2011 13:32

    now this is REAL music that would make the greats that came before us proud!

  • A Comment on Dirty Loops's
    Cirkus at 0.00
    on September 08, 2011 13:32

    beautiful opening!

  • A Comment on Segun Akinola's
    Goodnight. Goodbye. I love you. at 0.36
    on September 06, 2011 12:25

    @rEd: thanks! :)

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