Sam Smith, an English singer and songwriter, has announced a new collaboration with Damini Ogulu, Nigerian singer better known as Burna Boy, for ‘My Oasis’, a new single billed for release later today.


The award-winning singer took to his social media page on Wednesday to break the news to his numerous fans.

“New song ‘My Oasis’ with @burnaboy, released 7.20 pm BST tomorrow!!” he wrote on Twitter.

The new project comes after Smith’s short hiatus from the music landscape.


It also comes months after the singer postponed the release of ‘To Die For’, his third studio album, earlier billed for May 1, 2020, over inappropriate timing.

Following the postponement, Smith had promised fans he would drop other songs in the course of the year while he continues work on the album.

The two singers have continued to pull the strings across the global music landscape with several beautiful projects.

Smith rode to limelight in 2012 after featuring on ‘Latch’, a hit project by Disclosure, an English music group consisting of Howard and Guy Lawrence, and has since taken the global music industry by storm.


On the other hand, the ‘Ye’ crooner has also followed up his blistering career run from 2019 with many beautiful projects, winning several awards, collaborating with global music heavyweights, and garnering huge prominence across the world.

Burna Boy had earlier announced to his fans that ‘Twice as Tall’ his first album for 2020, will be released in July.

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