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Oosa Pipe - Pronounced "osha pee-pay", this is the poetry of Obatala being chanted to call the deity during my Iyaloosa's, Adunola Dalemofoosa, Obatala (Oosa Olufon) festival in Oyo township, Oyo State, Nigeria. There are usually several groups of chanters for Obatala from various neighboring areas, as well as the chanters of other deities such as Egbe, Sango, Ifa, Ogun, etc. The leader of this group of Obatala chanters being heard in this recording is a priestess of Obatala from the neighboring town of Iseyin in Oyo dialect speaking area.