Bella Alubo Summer's Over

Bella Alubo

A relaxing walk through memories - filled with youthful sentiments like “don’t trust geminis” fueled by the Fire of desiring materialism-free love that doesn’t “care about the Gucci...” and a nostalgic realization that “Summer’s Over” along with the flings, booty calls, insecurities, daydreams, “4am - Lagos city cruising”, social media ruses and party-going that came with it - aptly describes the honest and personal lyrics Bella Alubo expresses through her calm, smooth and sultry feathery-husky vocals as she further champions this unexplored version of Hip-hop, R&B, and Afro-Beat birthed Pop she introduced in 2018 on ‘Tropicana Fruit Juice’ and ‘Aiya’. The Nigerian-born artiste freely chronicles her melancholy, sexuality, vulnerability and excitement accompanying her search for true-love while remembering to have carefree fun as she ‘hopes a lot of girls relate’ and people from across the globe are soothed by her music. If a movie were made about the intricacies of the personal life of the new young African woman, The Summer’s Over EP forms a collection of its best-suited soundtracks.
  • Runtime: 29 minutes, 10 songs
  • Release Date: November 1, 2019

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