Singer and rapper, Bella Alubo has unveiled the album art and tracklist for her “Summer’s Over” EP which has been re-scheduled for release on Friday, November 1 but is now available for pre-order. This would be a follow-up to her “re-Bella” EP with standouts ‘Aiya‘ and ‘Ask Bolaji‘ which was released to good reviews last December.
According to the tracklist shared on Twitter, the EP is set to contain 10 tracks (two bonus inclusive) with appearances from Mr Eazi, Ajebutter 22, Zlatan, T’neeya, Ezi Emela, Poe, Tengo John, and Ko-jo cue. In fact, Bella appears solo twice throughout the highly collaborative tape on the second track ‘Fire‘ and on eighth track, ‘Follow Me‘.
For the production of the tape, Bella recruits a highly competent team of Que Beat, Syn X, Blaise Beatz, Guilty Beatz, Tuan Malik, and TUC .
Check out the tracklist below.
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The Empawa-backed singer has now officially opened his year with a new tune titled ‘Call’, the first single off his debut album set for release later this year. This comes just a few weeks after his team up with Mr Eazi on DJ Neptune’s jam ‘Nobody’ which is fast dominating the airwaves.
Right from his breakout hit that thrust him in the public eye, ‘Baby’ Joeboy has been leading a love story almost like no other. This has also been a dominant theme in his subsequent releases although things seemed to take a sour turn on the Mayorkun-assisted ‘Don’t Call Me Back’.
On ‘Call’, Joeboy is in love once again. Over the smooth midtempo Dera production, the young singer reminds his lover how much affection he has for her. She appears to have him on a choke-hold as Joeboy is ready to do whatever for his woman. “Call on me, call on me/ know sey I go pull up for you” he sings.
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