Ace Nigerian soul singer, Asa has released her long-awaited fourth studio, “Lucid.” This comes five years after her last album “Bed Of Stone” which houses highlights like ‘Eyo‘, ‘How Did Love Find Me‘, and ‘Satan Be Gone’.
In usual fashion, this 14-track project is entirely a solo effort as it features no guests. “Lucid” is led by previously released singles ‘The Beginning’, ‘Good Thing‘ and ‘My Dear‘, all centred around love and heartbreak.
Listen to the album above.
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Burna Boy has finally released his highly anticipated third studio album “African Giant” earlier today. His seventh project in total, this project comes just a year after his commercially successful and critically acclaimed mixtape “Outside” which housed singles like ‘Ye‘, ‘Streets Of Africa’ and ‘Heavens Gate‘ with Lily Allen.
On this 19-track album, Burna Boy brings along an A-team of international superstars including Jorja Smith, YG, Future, Damian Marley, Angelique Kidjo and more. Raving rapper, Zlatan Ibile is surprisingly the only Nigerian featured on the tape, with Burna himself appearing solo on 13 tracks.
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