Joeboy, the Afropop singer, has released a new single titled ‘Contour’.


The song, themed after relationships and breakups, was put out via the streaming platforms on Friday.

In a tweet, the singer disclosed that the song is for people going through “emotional abuse”.

“Today, I’m tweeting for anyone who is experiencing any type of abuse, particularly one that is often overlooked, “Emotional Abuse,” he wrote.


“I understand that none of us is perfect, but stop making excuses in your head. I hope you find the courage to leave, the courage to seek freedom.

“I made this song for you, cos I understand that there’re many layers to life. I hope you make it out of this layer and find complete sanity.”


‘Contour’ is one of the tracks of  Joeboy’s forthcoming sophomore album. A music video for the track is also believed to be underway.


Joeboy made his music incursion with his single ‘Baby’. The song was released under ‘Empawa Africa’, a record label owned by Mr. Eazi, the musician who discovered him in 2017.

In 2021, Joeboy released his debut album ‘Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic’.

This followed after he put out an extended play titled ‘Love & Light’.

Joeboy won the ‘Best Artiste in African Pop’ category at the 2019 All Africa Music Awards.


He also won the ‘Best Pop’ at the 2020 Soundcity MVP Awards Festival.

The singer was nominated for multiple City People Entertainment Awards and The Headies.



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