Following her huge summer appearances, which remembered occasions for Paris, Brussels, and the Illustrious Celebration with Angélique Kidjo, Yemi Alade keeps on showing her excellent reach by carrying us to the Caribbean with this dancehall imbued summer sizzler “Air pocket It.” Yemi Alade and Flavor delivered “Air pocket It” today, their most memorable joint effort as the sovereign of Afrobeats and the sovereign of Dancehall.
Proceeding with her bustling summer, with the profoundly expected “My Man ft Kranium” gathering north of 2 million perspectives on YouTube and the generally welcomed “Asking” collecting a portion of 1,000,000 Spotify plays. A significant run of live occasions in the US, France, and Sweden is planned to close the late spring and second from last quarter of the year. “Bubble It” is a hymn empowering ladies to assume responsibility and channel their inward “dancehall sovereign.” It’s absolutely exhilarating, unashamed, and liberatin.
This isn’t the initial time an Afrobeats vocalist and a Dancehall craftsman have teamed up; in any case, this is a turning point in which two of the most powerful individuals in both melodic customs have met up to address the pith of female strengthening and dance culture.
With this most recent single, Yemi Alade is steadily exhibiting her capacity to draw in both experienced and more youthful audience (almost 1 million adherents on TIKTOK) by eliminating her standard healthy manner of speaking. Yemi keeps on stretching the limits and foster her own kind of African style that requests to an overall audience.