Waje has dropped her highly anticipated second album Red Velvet and it is very aptly named, whether you’re thinking about the fabric or the cake.
With her incredible vocal range and outstanding songs, this new album shows off the singer’s diversity and musical prowess all centred around the theme of love.
Most thrilling about this album is even though Waje sings about love, we are treated to several genres, stories, and, most importantly, vocal dexterity. From the soulful tracks like Calm Down, which has some jazz influence, The Truth, and Udueto the pop hits such as Mine and Got Your Back, we explore love from varying perspectives. In addition to features by Adekunle Gold and Johnny Drille, the album also offers songs with electronic/house influences, another side of Waje we totally love.
This album comes 5 years after her self-titled debut album, so we can guess that a lot of work went into its production.
See the tracklist below:
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