Focus on my music not relationship life – Yemi Alade tells fans

Afropop singer, Yemi Alade has said she would like people to focus more on the music he has to offer than her relationship status.

The 35-year-old songstress stated this in a recent interview when asked if there is any man in her life at the moment.

“I would like people to continue to focus on the things that I am willing to share with them, which is the music,” Alade said.

The ‘Johnny’ hit maker also talked about how she reinvents herself in the industry that is steady churning out new talented artistes.

She said; “The music industry has always been tough, even before I showed any interest in it. And, it will continue to be tough. However, it is said that ‘tough times never last but tough people do’. I believe that the strongest will always survive.”

Speaking on the themes that dominate her forthcoming album “Rebel Queen,” Yemi Alade said; “They include femininity, style, dance , motivational, liberation and consciousness. Growing up, African pop music was a mixture of songs that carried messages and helped listeners through different situations.

This album is a blend of what my playlist consists of right now, particularly the new and old pop music that cut across generations and boundaries. I have always charted my own course, and walked the path less travelled.

I believe that I am a true rebel in words and action. A lot of albums tend to be monotonous in genre and style, and it bores me silly most times. This album has something new, old and borrowed. Every song is unique, and is like a capsule of my thoughts and melodies, as well as a lot of nostalgia.”

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