Niniola Apata, the Afrohouse singer, has put out a new single titled ‘All Eyes On Me’.


The music star announced the release of the song via social media on Friday.

‘All Eyes On Me’ is a groovy track with a captivating Amapiano feel that is synonymous with Niniola’s style.

The song lends more credence to her lyrical prowess and showcases her ability to blend different music genres seamlessly.


Produced by Caltonic and Niphkeys, the less than three-minute song is a club banger, with Niniola singing about being the centre of attention.

The singer also addresses people who are jealous of her without understanding the grace she carries.

“Wakese kese wa sinu party yi now, Tori bouncer wa leyin lekun wa ti ri, all eyes on me, when I enter the party o, won gbe wan gba, mo rire gba,” she sings.


“Telese tin jo, mo rire gba, all eyes on me, won fe le mo mi, they never see this kind of grace wey I carry, I don change money to party all eyes on me.”

In April, the ‘Maradona’ crooner promised her fans more “amazing” music projects for the year.

“Locked and loaded, returning to regular programming in a bit, we go dance tire,” she wrote.

‘All Eyes On Me’ is the music star’s second offering in 2023, following the success of her hit track ‘Memories’ which was released in February.


Over the years, Niniola has carved a niche for herself in the music industry, portraying African aesthetics in several of her visuals.

She has also received several awards and recognition.

Listen to the song below:



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