Yemi Alade‘s anticipated sophomore album “Mama Africa: The Diary of an African Woman”, has been released by Effyzzie Music Group. Yemi Alade will give a percent of album sales to charity, through the #FeedAChild project. The initiative will see the African diva personally visit and donate album sales proceeds to orphanages across Africa. This is not first time Miss Alade has shown her interest in charity work; she has displayed this in the past during the video creation of her sit single “Na Gode” and her numerous works with ONE. The album features guest artistes like P-Square, Rotimi Keys, Sauti Sol, Flavour, Sarkodie, DJ Arafat and Selebobo; with production fromGospelOnDeBeatz, DJ Coublon, Selebobo, Philkeyz, BeatsByEmzo, Masterkraft, Rotimi Keys and Mr. Chidoo. Yemi Alade will release the deluxe edition of the album in the future and will embark on an extensively world tour to promote the album“Mama Africa”.
The LP which serves as the follow-up to the acclaimed “King Of Queens”; is available in digital and physical stores globally.
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ABOUT YEMI ALADE & “MAMA AFRICA”:
Yemi Alade is a BET Awards 2015 nominee for “Best International Act: Africa”, a two time MOBO Awards nominee for “Best International Act” 2014 & 2015, winner of the 2015 MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMAs) for Best Female Act, nominee for Best African Act at the 2015 MTV Europe Music Awards; and also winner and nominee of other top African Awards. “Mama Africa” released under Effyzzie Music Group is Yemi Alade’s second studio album, after the massive success of her debut album titled “King Of Queens”, led by the single “Johnny”. The album is described as the “diary of an African woman” by the singer and focuses of the pains and joys, the strengths and weakness, the highs and lows of women in general and the African woman in particular.
“Ecclesiastes 9:11 – I returned, and saw under the sun, that the race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong, neither yet bread to the wise, nor yet riches to men of understanding, nor yet favour to men of skill; but time and chance happeneth to them all.
I want to start by thanking the almighty God , my mother; Mrs. Helen Alade, my brothers Bola and Seyi Alade.
God bless my super team; Effyzzie Music Group; Rebel Movement; JustJojo Entertainment; Purple Drums P.R; Unravel
I want to thank all the media houses in Nigeria, Africa and most especially around the world.
Sit back and enjoy “Mama Africa The Diary of an African Woman”!
#GODBLESSUSALL HO HA!” – Yemi Alade