Omawumi and Yemi Alade team up for new single ‘Love You Well’

Afrobeats queens, Omawumi and Yemi Alade have teamed up on a new single titled ‘Love You Well’, which is sure to excite fans of the genre. With their powerful voices and undeniable charisma, the duo has created a captivating song that showcases their shared love for African music. This collaboration represents a major moment for both artists, who have enjoyed incredible success throughout their careers.

Omawumi, a Nigerian singer-songwriter and actress of Itsekiri ethnicity, incorporates elements of Soul, Jazz, and R&B into her bright, funk-laden pop sound. She recorded her debut album titled Wonder Woman in 2009 via OMA Records. Meanwhile, Yemi Alade is a Nigerian Afropop singer-songwriter who gained widespread fame with her hit single ‘Johnny’ in 2014.

The inspiration for ‘Love You Well’ came from the artists’ deep love for African music and their desire to create something that celebrated this genre. According to Omawumi, working with Yemi Alade was an amazing experience, and she’s proud of what they’ve achieved with this single. Yemi Alade echoed this sentiment, saying that the song celebrates love, Africa, and the power of collaboration.

‘Love You Well’ promises to be a standout track on both artists’ upcoming albums, with its catchy chorus and lively production sure to get audiences dancing and singing along. The song was released on April 14, 2023, and is available on all major streaming platforms.

The Omawumi-Yemi Alade collaboration represents a major moment in the Afrobeats scene, and fans of the genre are sure to be thrilled with the results. With their incredible voices and undeniable chemistry, these two powerhouse performers have created a truly special song that celebrates their shared love for African music. The release of ‘Love You Well’ marks a major milestone for both artists and cements their status as two of the biggest female artists in the industry.

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