Nigerian alternative artiste, Lady Donli, has released her first single off her forthcoming sophomore album Pan African Rockstar. Lady Donli, the source of everyone’s happiness, a.k.a “Miss Cheerful Giver”, has a new tune that will turn your moods around.
Her new single titled Hello Lady is the new anthem for the
hotties. With the catchy and up-tempo beat, Hello Lady is a fusion of dance
music, electronic music, and blends of R&B, setting the tone for the
perfect Lady Donli sound.
Being the advocate of enjoying life, Lady Donli on Hello Lady delivers her smooth and sexy vocals captivating the listener with her sound.
Hello Lady was produced by JMS, LMBSKN and Yung D3mz.
For those unfamiliar with Lady Donli, she is part of Nigeria's Alté music scene, which is known for the fusion sounds from multiple genres of music, including Afrobeat, R&B, and Soul. She has worked with the likes of Adekunle Gold, M.I Abaga, Mr Eazi, SDC, Davido, and Odunsi (The Engine).
Stream Hello Lady here: https://orcd.co/hellolady_donli
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