Dunnie, the fast-rising Nigerian singer, has come through with ‘Amazon The EP’, her much-awaited extended play (EP).


The music producer announced the EP release via her Instagram page in the early hours of Friday.

The tracks that make up the body of work include ‘One Night’, ‘Dejavu’, ‘Rich Aunty Vibe’, ‘You Don’t Know’, ‘Oh Baby’, featuring The Cavemen, ‘Nakupenda’, and ‘Akooba’.

The project is coming a few months after she had put out ‘Mosafejo’, the lead single.


Dunnie, whose real name is Oladunni Lawal, broke into the music scene with an unusual whirlwind after her stint as a student of the Sarz Academy.

She belongs to the same class as P-Prime and Tempoe — fellow emerging Nigerian record producers.

The songstress was recently listed among the “female artistes disrupting” the Nigerian music scene, alongside Tems, Ayra Starr and Ria Sean.


In 2019, Dunnie emerged as one of the beneficiaries of Empawa initiative, a brainchild of Mr Eazi, Nigerian Afropop singer.

It was through the platform she shot to the limelight and released ‘Foolish’, her first-ever music video.

She debuted her career with ‘Seven‘, a 7-track EP, which emphasises her enduring production dexterity.



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