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Somadina Releases Debut Project “Five Stages”

Burgeoning Pop-RnB act, Somadina has released her debut project, an EP titled “Five Stages.” This EP contains just five tracks and features Jay 10 as the only guest act across the tape.

She however seeks co-writing assists from Jessy Dixon, Dami Oniru and Tom Snow on the EP opener, ‘but I should’.

On Wednesday, February 12, Somadina premiered the project of the PGM Radio Show where she walked us through the project. At the show, she revealed that the tape is the product of a contemplative reflection of the five stages of grief. 

The production of “Five Stages”’ is handled by a team of Ikon, Odunsi, KD and Yinolu. The engineering on the other hand is solely handled by the much revered Ikon, while the A&R is taken care of by Chin Okeke. 

“This is for the broken, the bruised & the lost. Thank you for understanding me. I hope this helps you heal. let’s spread the word !” Somadina wrote as she unveiled the project to the world.

Enjoy this project here.

Lady Donli Releases Debut Album “Enjoy Your Life”

Ladies and gentlemen, the time has come to enjoy your life! About five years after dropping her first project, “Love or War,” Lady Donli has finally released her highly anticipated debut album, “Enjoy Your Life.”

In the last few weeks, President Donli has been appointing enjoyment ministers and reporters for the Federal Republic of Enjoyment and now its time for time to fully deliver.

This album which has been in the works for two years is a 15 track album, in which Lady Donli brings along a team of supremely gifted new-gen acts including Tems, Benjiflow, Somadina, Amaarae, Vanjess, Tomi Thomas, Solis and of course the Cavemen who executive produced the album alongside Donli. The engineering of the album is mainly handled by the grandmaster GMK, save for ‘Around‘ which was mixed by Tay Iwar.

Lady Donli

Tracklist for “Enjoy Your Life” (Twitter/LadyDonli)

Enjoy Your Life, is about spreading the message of happiness and love in the way that it should be, could be-and about treating people better,” she says in an interview with Indie Mag.

The album, however, comes with a caveat. “Please do not shuffle. Listen from start to bottom or don’t listen at all” she wrote in all caps in her final declaration before the release of the album.

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