The EP’s debut track, ‘Hold Me,’ featuring megastar Tiwa Savage, provided fans a taste of what’s to come.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Dice Ailes has been in the industry for over a decade. His music has grown from melodic rap to being one of the first new school Afrobeats singers to add a laid-back approach to Afrobeats that is predominantly powered by melody.
He has had a lifelong passion for making music that appeals to women. Dice Ailes understands how to get the women dancing, from ‘Odun de’ in 2015 to ‘Ella’ in 2017 to ‘Pim Pim’ in 2020 and ‘Hold Me’ in 2022.
By naming his EP ‘Ladies First,’ Dice Ailes stays loyal to his talent. Dice Ailes’ strange desire for women, his encounters with them, and his fragility will be reflected in Dice Ailes’ distinctive musical sequences that will enthral listeners in this EP.
The EP’s debut track, ‘Hold Me,’ featuring megastar Tiwa Savage, provided fans a taste of what’s to come. Dice Ailes is at his best when singing about one of his major influences, and ‘Ladies First’ is shaping up to be his best homage yet to the gorgeous women who have influenced the gifted musician.
Sony Music Entertainment West Africa/Black Butter Records/TMM Entertainment will release the ‘Ladies First’ EP on all music streaming platforms.
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