Wande Coal Releases New Single, ‘Come My Way’
“It’s a happy song talking about the blessings coming my way even through difficult times.” Says Coal
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Wande Coal, a Nigerian artist, released a new single called “Come My Way” on October 27, 2021.
Wande does justice to this wonderful new tune, which was produced by Bruno and Screwface.
‘Come My Way’ is brimming with ethereal perfection, with Wande’s vocals taking center stage. With ‘Come My Way,’ it’s clear to see how these outstanding producers contributed their talents in the form of a delectable nostalgic and almost spiritual shaker that will undoubtedly move you.
‘Come My Way’ continues to prove why Wande Coal is a force to be reckoned with in Nigerian music, with fan favorites like as ‘Iskaba,’ ‘So Mi So,’ ‘Again,’ and ‘Vex’ amassing millions of streams and a continuous run on numerous African charts this year.
Coal said, “It’s a happy song talking about the blessings coming my way even through difficult times.”
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