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Presently, working on his debut album Clear Road, which he describes as his official introduction onto the global stage and music scene. He has decided to release his first single Make Sense which features Jon Yuppy and Eclipse to give the masses an idea of what to expect.

Album · 2015 · 1 Song. More By Zalex Make Sense. See All. Baby Girl (feat. Moskino & Jon Yupp) - Single. Oluwa Is Involved - Single.

Zalex Make Sense feat. Jon Yuppy & Eclipse. O Thole Zak (Get Money). Tryna Make A Million Feat.

Stop Making Sense is a live 1984 album by Talking Heads, the soundtrack to the film of the same name. The album spent over two years on the Billboard 200 chart. Limited pressings of the original LP version featured a full-color picture book wrapped around the album jacket; regular versions had many of the pictures (printed in black and white) and captions on the album's inner sleeve

Lyrics for top songs by Zalex Make Sense. Zalex Make Sense, Jon Yuppy & Eclipse. O Thole Zak - Get Money. Zalex Make Sense, . Zalex Make Sense, Moskino, Jon Yupp. The album spent more than two years (118 weeks) on the Billboard 200 chart. In 1999, a 16-track re-release coincided with the concert's 15th anniversary. Byrne's intention was not to make a traditional soundtrack album, but to have it be a separate experience.