Ayra Starr, the fast-rising Nigerian singer, has come through with ‘Bloody Samaritan’, a track off her highly anticipated debut album.


The 19-year-old songwriter, whose real name is Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, released the new song on Friday.

In a post on her Twitter page, the ‘Away’ singer also apologised to herself “for believing I was anything less than I am and I forgive those who try to make me feel that way.”

The less than four-minute track, which is produced by London, Nigerian record producer, comes barely a week after she announced that her debut album, titled ’19 & Dangerous’, will be released on August 6.


“I’m feeling vibes on vibes| I’m a ticking dynamite| I’ll blow your candle light| You know I’m just that type| No dem fit kill my vibe| Dem no fit kill my vibe| Dem fit no fit kill| Dem fit no fit kill| Dem no fit kill my vibe,” she sings in a mixture of English Language and Pidgin.

The gifted singer has continued to pull the weight of fame since she joined Mavin Records, a music label owned by Don Jazzy.

In January, Starr had released her self-titled five-track extended play (EP) at about the same time when she was signed into the record label.



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