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For Nigerian-Canadian Singer, Tome, The Wait Is Over

By Chinonso Ihekire
02 December 2021   |   3:37 pm
With global dancefloors being ignited by the scintillating log-drums of Amapiano, Nigerian-Canadian superstar, Tome, has joined the league of singers decorating their discographies with the groovy rhythm. With her new song dubbed, Wait, set to drop tomorrow, the ember soirees are set to be enchanted with more African rhythms. For Tome, who has had quite an interesting…

With global dancefloors being ignited by the scintillating log-drums of Amapiano, Nigerian-Canadian superstar, Tome, has joined the league of singers decorating their discographies with the groovy rhythm.

With her new song dubbed, Wait, set to drop tomorrow, the ember soirees are set to be enchanted with more African rhythms.

For Tome, who has had quite an interesting year with her significant win at the Juno Awards for the Reggae Recording of the Year, with her single dubbed, I Pray, featuring Jamaican Superstar Sean Kingston, one can hardly expect her next move. Spectators within the music scene have been eager to see what direction the queen of Afro-fusion is likely to sway next, since I Pray. And it is safe to say, the wait is over.

The Kiza records signee tag teamed with iconic production whiz, Legendury Beatz, on this song, which is also the lead single off her upcoming album dubbed, No Long Talk.

Tome is also expected to embark on a Festive World Tour which would see her perform and make appearances in Toronto, London, Lagos, Abuja and Ghana amongst other cities.

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