Asake Releases New Song With Olamide, Announces Second Album Release Date
Asake, the Afrobeats superstar, has released a new tune titled ‘Amapiano,’ on which he collaborates with Olamide.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Asake gained unparalleled dominance in Nigerian music in 2022 with the release of his serial chart-topping song, which he followed up with a record-breaking first album.
Asake has announced the forthcoming release of his second album ‘Work of Art,’ which will extend his astounding one-year run to a two-year run.
On May 23, Asake made a surprise statement on social media, revealing his second album’s June 15 release date.
Asake also wowed fans by releasing a new track, Amapiano, starring YBNL ruler Olamide.
‘Work Of Art’ will be Asake’s second album in ten months, continuing the phenomenal run that has made him one of Afrobeats’ most prolific hitmakers since 2022.
Asake began 2023 on a high note with the releases of ‘Yoga’ and ‘2:30,’ both of which hit No. 1 on streaming charts and the TurnTable Top 100.
He’s also set August as the date for his 02 Arena show, and the new album will undoubtedly help him fill the 20,000-person capacity venue.
The imminent release of his second album is expected to build on the success of his first and position him as a powerhouse in Afrobeats.
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