Wande Coal will soon release a new album ‘Legend Or No Legend’
Wande Coal, the famous Nigerian artist, will release his third album ‘Legend Or No Legend,‘ on March 31 for the first time in the past seven years after releasing his 2nd album.
🚨Wande Coal will release his new album “Legend Or No Legend” on Friday, March 31. 📀— 𝗔𝗟𝗕𝗨𝗠 𝗧𝗔𝗟𝗞𝗦 📀 (@AlbumTalksHQ) February 2, 2023
— His first album in over 7 years. 😭🔥 pic.twitter.com/mE7FPM5gKR
Wande Coal began singing in his church’s youth choir. He started his career in Nigeria’s entertainment sector as a dancer. In 2006, Coal signed with Mo’ Hits Records of Don Jazzy.
On the singles “tonosibe,” “Loke,” and “why me” from the Rundown/Funk you up album by D’banj, he had an appearance. Wande Coal is a Mo’ Hits Records artist and a member of Mo’ Hits Allstars.
Coal was a significant contributor to the album Curriculum Vitae, which just released.
After a lengthy break, Wande Coal released Wanted, his second album, in 2017. Most album reviews gave him a score that was just above average.
Now he is set to release his third album, ‘Legend Or No Legend,’ seven years after his 2nd album, ‘Wanted.’
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Olamide and Wande Coal collaborate on “Kpe Paso”
The song, along with a cinematic music video that displays the vibrant side of Yoruba culture, was published in the wee hours of Thursday.
Wande Coal’s first song of the year is titled “Kpe Paso.” It was also “unquestionably my favorite song with Olamide,” the singer added.
The Starstruck Management and EMPIRE music labels collaborated on creating the Fuji-inclined song.
The song, now popular on Nigerian radio, also included a colorful music video, which helped garner additional notice. Famous Nigerian celebrities, such as music legend 2Baba, have responded to the video, and some fans have claimed that Asake was the inspiration behind it.
See the official music video below.
There was no delay in releasing a music video for the song to keep their fans entertained.
The video was even more vibrant and featured many people, including Nigerian A-list artist 2Baba, who reacted to it.