Princess Wonda debut single ‘City Boys’ rides high
The song has received wide acceptance in remote areas in the Southwest region of the country.
In “City Boy,” the artist lets loose unconventional melodies that would make some assume she hails from the same slums in Lagos that birthed street Afro-pop stars. With hundreds of thousands of streams and views across all platforms, this could be a comeback for another “Yemi Alade” kind of artiste.
Princess Wonda style of music and sound has been likened to popular Nigerian singers Yemi Alade and Niniola, as they seem to be creators of fast banging and danceable Afrobeats music, which has a high demand on the continent.
The artist employed relatable lyrics that are a mixture of different local languages such as Nigerian Pidgin and Yoruba, which she confirmed on her social media channels about her being influenced by her predecessors sounds and looks to join forces to ensure Afrobeat is given the props it deserves.
Afrobeats DJ’s and curators are about to have their playlists update with an explosive track to keep the audience dancing.
Princess Wonda debut single recorded over a 100, 000 views within a week, which is a remarkable record. This could be attributed to the dancers in the video and sultry moves by the singer herself, and this speaks volumes about her ability to keep the audience entertained and her artistry.
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