Wande Coal Delays The Release Of His Album Following Davido’s Album Announcement
The legendary Afrobeats artist Wande Coal has postponed the release of his new album by one week.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Wande Coal, a Grammy-winning musician from Nigeria, has chosen to postpone by one week the release of his next album “Legend or No Legend.” This announcement was revealed by Wande Coal via the revised release date, which is now reflected on music streaming services.
Davido’s announcement of the release date for his fourth album, “Timeless,” on March 31, 2023, most likely inspired Wande Coal to postpone the release of his own record.
Wande Coal likely postponed the release of his record because Davido’s album is also coming out at the same time.
The new date for the album’s release by Wande Coal is April 7th, 2023.
The project will be Wande Coal’s third album and his fourth overall. Three years after the EP “Realms” was released, “Legend or No Legend” will be available.
Olamide appears on Wande Coal’s track “Kpe Paso,” which was released in 2023 and serves as one of the album’s lead songs.
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