Seems like veteran filmmaker, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde is Going Back to Making Music. She took to social media to announce she was restarting her music career that has been put on hold for years and she sounded very determined about getting back into music as she reminded her fans about when she revealed she was going to do all she wanted to do after the pandemic.
Yasss! I’m back! I feel so Alive ! 💃🏼
When I told you Post Covid I’m doing ALL I’ve wanted to do some thought I was just motivating! I’m back to My Music! And this second time around No gates of Hell shall prevail. 🙏🏽
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Yasss! I’m back! I feel so Alive ! 💃🏼 ~~~<<~~~~~>>~~~~~<>~~~~~~ When I told you Post Covid I’m doing ALL I’ve wanted to do some thought I was just motivating! I’m back to My Music! And this second time around No gates of Hell shall prevail. 🙏🏽 ~~~~<<>>~~~~~<<>>~~~~~~~~ My Music is Now on ALL STREAMING PLATFORMS. Apple, Spotify, Tidal , Shazam, İnstagram stories …. All. ~~~~~~~~~~<<>>~~~~~~<<>>~~~ Please take sometime to listen and download to your playlist . I’m 42 , restarting My First Love ! ❤️ Why the Hell Not! What are you waiting for? ~~~~~~~~~~~<<>>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~#25yearsstrong #25yearsofOmosexy #newbeginnings #gratefulheart
Omotola released her debut album titled, “Gba” on January 9, 2007. Her second studio album “Me, Myself, & Eyes,” brought in production from Paul Play and Del B. It was supported by the songs “Feel Alright“, featuring Harrysong.
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