The album, which featured Waje, Phyno, Brymo and Ric Hassani and was released on Thursday, centers on matters that border on romantic relationships and how to foster it.
In the 10-track body of work, Omawumi also addresses topical issues in the country’s socio-political space, while critiquing the government and appealing to the enduring faith of the Nigerian citizens.
At the event, which was held the same day the album was dropped, Kingdom could be seen giving a soulful rendition of ‘Iyawo Mi’, a 2014 hit track by Timi Dakolo, Nigerian singer.
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Speaking on his experience at the event through his Instagram page, Kingdom said it was an honour to be present at the R&B singer’s listening party.
“Last night was one memorable one for me. I had the honours of attending the amazing, the super creative and entertaining Omawumi‘s ‘Love Deep High Life’ album listening party,” he wrote.
“Now trust me that album is something you have to check out. I have some favorites already but trust me it’s an awesome body of work.
“Congratulations ma’am and I celebrate your grace and work too. Thank you for the privilege ma’am.”
Following his success at the music show, the 24-year-old talented singer was appointed as a youth ambassador in Bayelsa by Douye Diri, the state governor.
In one of his outings, the vocalist had also given a special and soulful rendition of ‘I Look To You’ a track by Whitney Houston, late American vocalist, in the presence of ex-president Goodluck Jonathan.
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