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Wande Coal drops new single, Again

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Fresh off featuring on Amina (remix) by Ivorian artiste, Afro B, Turkey Nla crooner, Wande Coal has released his first solo offering for the year 2020. The new hit, which is titled Again, comes after the Sarz produced, Vex and the Dapiano produced, Ode Lo Like, which were released in December 2019.

Known for infectious hits like 2017 Iskaba and 2018 banger So Mi So, Wande Coal slow things down a bit for the mid-tempo track produced by Melvitto, who had previously worked with him on his 2019 single, Gentility.

The song documents a fleeting love affair that Wande Coal’s career is trying hard to hold on to. The singer shows his versatility as he appeals to a lover who makes his heart smile.

While many of the artist’s recent releases have been dance inducing, this track offers a nice change of pace that will most likely make you want to sing along.

The Mushin2Mo’Hits singer on Thursday, announced that he would release a project, an extended play title Realms later in March this year. He also announced that he’d be dropping his new EP Realms next month. Realms will be his first since 2015 Wanted.

Following the success of major hits like Iskaba and So Mi So, Wande Coal signed a new record deal with the American label Empire – part of a joint venture with Starstruck Management, at the end of last year.

He made the announcement via his Twitter page (@wandecoal). The announcement came after a fan asked him, “@wandecoal give us album with jams like this abeggggg?” Wande Coal then simply replied, “March 6, 2020.”

The EP all things being equal, according to a source close to the singer, will also be distributed through Empire, a San Francisco-based distribution company founded by Ghazi Shami and reputed to distributes for Top Dawg Entertainment – a label which Kendrick Lamar is signed to.


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