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Stream: Wande Coal Returns With New Song “Come My Way”

By Michael Bamidele
28 October 2021   |   6:06 am
Afropop, Afrobeats, R & B singer-songwriter Wande Coal is back with a supremely catchy new song "Come My way". Produced by Bruno and Screwface, Wande whose insane talent for colouring sounds is undoubtedly the King of Falsetto, as he does justice to this beautiful new single. "Come My Way" overflows with ethereal excellence with Wande's…

Wande Coal | Image: Instagram/wandecoal

Afropop, Afrobeats, R & B singer-songwriter Wande Coal is back with a supremely catchy new song “Come My way”.

Produced by Bruno and Screwface, Wande whose insane talent for colouring sounds is undoubtedly the King of Falsetto, as he does justice to this beautiful new single.

“Come My Way” overflows with ethereal excellence with Wande’s voice the real star of the track. Born Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, Wande Coal is intimately known to fans as “Black Diamond” or “King Coal,” assembled a flawless set perfectly showing off the range he has acquired as a vocalist and songwriter over the years with a song so refreshingly different from what we are used to.

With ‘Come My Way’, its unequivocal to see how these sterling producers lent their expertise in the form of this delicious nostalgic and almost spiritual shaker which is sure to move you.

With an already impressive reputation to his name and fan-favourites such as ‘Iskaba’, ‘So Mi So’, ‘Again’ and ‘Vex’ which have amassed millions in streams added with a steady run on many African charts this year, ‘Come my Way’ continues to prove why Wande Coal is a force to be reckoned with in Nigerian music.

Eager fans and listeners have been waiting with bated breath to hear where the black diamond will take them to, musically this time around – and the king of falsetto doesn’t disappoint with this latest submission. According to him: “It’s a happy song talking about the blessings coming my way even through difficult times”.

Listen to Wande Coal’s ‘Come My Way‘ here and on all digital platforms.

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