Aramide Sarumoh, Nigerian Afro-soul singer, has come through with ‘Bittersweet’, her highly-anticipated extended play (EP).
The songwriter took to her social media pages in the early hours of Wednesday to put out the 5-track project.
The 17-minute body of work, which is produced by Sizzle Pro, a Nigerian record producer, is released under the auspices of Arry Moore Entertainment.
On the EP, Aramide, who has amassed several music awards over the course of her singing career, worked with Peruzzi, seasoned vocalist, and Boybreed, Nigerian Afro-pop duo.
The tracks in the body of work include ‘Bittersweet’, ‘Down For You’, ‘Iyawo Wa’, ‘Ma Lo’, and ‘Forever’.
Aramide’s music journey started in 2006 when she contested on ‘Star Quest’, a music talent show at the time, wherein her band emerged the third runner up.
Shortly after exiting Trybe Records in 2014, the songstress signed with Baseline Music, where she released ‘Iwo Nikan’, a breakthrough song that earned her an award for Best Vocal Performance (Female) at the 2015 Headies.
In 2016, she released ‘Suitcase’, her debut album, produced by Cobhams, Laitan Dada, Sizzle Pro and Tintin.
It also featured music heavyweights like Sound Sultan, late Nigerian singer, Ice Prince, Adekunle Gold and Koker.
The ‘Fall on Them’ crooner tied the knot with Pelumi on April 18, 2015, at the Muave Event Centre in Ibadan, and they welcomed their first child together in January 2020.
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