Yemi Alade, Nigerian singer, has put out a new extended play (EP) titled ‘Queendoncom’.


The body of work, which was released on Friday, follows after ‘Empress’, her 2020 album.

A few months back, the ‘Mama Africa’ singer had released two tracks off the EP to critical acclaim.

Enjoyment‘ became the first single of the year for the 32-year-old songwriter, followed by ‘Ogogoro‘, a song which centers on how much she’s “high” on romantic affection.


Other tracks that make up the extended play include ‘Sweety’, ‘Ike’, ‘Ella’, ‘Fire’ and ‘Dada’.

The project sticks mainly to her typical sound with a slight deviation in tracks where she infused Amapiano, a South African sound, to pass across her message.

Alade became popular after ‘Johnny’, her 2014 hit single. Since then, the songstress has gained prominence in the music industry, won multiple awards over the years, and embarked on world tours consecutively for her albums.


Following her feature on ‘Lion King’, Beyonce’s 2019 album, Alade signed a licensing deal with Universal Music Group (UMG) Africa as an exclusive worldwide record music partner with Effyzzie Music Group, her label.


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