Serving as the Afrobeats queen’s third full-length effort, it’s notably her first release since inking a lucrative deal with Universal Music / Motown.
An established superstar in the Afro diaspora (thanks to hits such as ‘Kele Kele’ and ‘Ma Lo’), the flavoursome set aims to broaden the singer’s reach on a global scale.
A concept project of sorts, the LP is named after Savage’s mother. Explaining the move and the album more broadly, she recently told Apple Music:
“She embodies everything that this album is. It speaks to a strong, modern African woman. This album is Afrobeats from a very female perspective. It’s an extension of the African woman: she still values her culture and her upbringing, but she’s also well-travelled, so it’s blending those two worlds. I want every woman that listens to this to feel attached and connect to it.”
Featuring collaborations with the likes of Sam Smith, Stefflon Don, and Davido, the LP awaits your listening below…