Olamide And Asake Unite For ‘New Religion’, Anticipation Builds For ‘Unruly’ Album

The Nigerian Megastar Continues to Impress with His Latest Single and Upcoming Album

In a thrilling development for fans of Nigerian music, megastar Olamide has released a new single titled ‘New Religion’, featuring the talented Asake. This marks their second collaboration following the chart-topping single ‘Amapiano’, and the duo’s synergy is evident in this latest offering.

‘New Religion’ is a unique blend of Amapiano, Hip Hop, and Neo Fuji, showcasing the versatility of both artists. The single also pays homage to Nigerian music legends 2baba, Blackface, and The Remedies, further cementing its place as a tribute to the rich musical heritage of the country.

The release of ‘New Religion’ has been accompanied by a visually stunning music video, shot in a grand YBNL mansion. Directed by Jyde Ajala, the video is a feast for the eyes, capturing the essence of grandeur and luxury that the song embodies.

Olamide’s musical prowess continues to shine through in ‘New Religion’, marking his second official single as a lead artist in 2023. His previous collaboration with international Afrobeats sensation CKay on the soothing tune ‘Trumpet’ was warmly received, demonstrating his ability to deliver captivating music across different genres.

The release of ‘New Religion’ has also sparked anticipation for Olamide’s upcoming 10th studio album, ‘Unruly’, set to be released on July 12, 2023. According to Olamide, ‘Unruly’ will be his last project until further notice, promising to capture his incredible evolution as an artist.Olamide And Asake Unite For 'New Religion', Anticipation Builds For 'Unruly' Album, Yours Truly, News, February 21, 2024

The latest news surrounding ‘New Religion’ and the forthcoming ‘Unruly’ album has generated a buzz in the music industry, with fans eagerly awaiting what Olamide has in store. As one of Nigeria’s most reliable hitmakers and most awarded artists, Olamide continues to set the bar high, proving that his reign in the music scene is far from over.

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