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Yetunde’s “Promise” Is A Euphoric Blend of Love and Lagos Vibes


With “Promise”, Yetunde cements her status as a force to be reckoned with in both the pop and Afrobeats genres.

Yetunde, the rising star in the pop music scene, has just dropped her latest single “Promise” and it’s a euphoric journey into the undeniable nature of love set against the backdrop of Lagos. Recorded between her home studio and Manchester’s Airtight Studios, the song is collaborative with her father, who contributed guitars, keyboards, and bass and handled production duties.

Adding to the mix are PDonthetrack and Myke Wilson, known for his work with Corinne Bailey Rae, who lent their talents to additional production and drums respectively. With Danny Beck as a recording engineer, Saulo Valerio Korg as a technical consultant, and Tony Draper on mixing duties, the tune boasts a polished sound that captivates from start to finish.

Featuring Yetunde’s buttery smooth vocals, captivating melodies, and an irresistible Afrobeats rhythm, the love song leaves listeners hungry for more. It’s a testament to her growing influence in the music world, as she continues to carve out her niche with each release.

Hailing from Lagos, Nigeria, Yetunde’s music is deeply rooted in her cultural heritage and upbringing. Collaborating closely with her father, a professional session player, she infuses her tracks with authenticity and passion. Her previous hits like “We Change Life” and “Why Not Me” have garnered widespread acclaim for their poignant lyrics and infectious melodies.

The songstress’s dedication to her craft extends beyond the studio, as she draws inspiration from her travels and musical influences. From performing in Dallas and Phoenix to immersing herself in the vibrant jazz scene of New Orleans, she’s constantly evolving as an artiste.


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