Simi out with sophomore album – three years after joining X3M Music, releases Simisola album. Nigerian singer-sound engineer, Simisola Bolatito Ogunleye, has released her sophomore album entitled ‘Simisola’.
The eponymous album of the 29-year-old singer was officially released across all music platforms on Friday.
Simisola, which contains 15 songs (inclusive of three bonus tracks), has her rumoured flame Adekunle Gold as the sole guest artiste.
The main album songs are Remind me, Joromi, Aimasiko, Complete me, Gone for good, Original Baby, One kain, Take Me Back ft Adekunle Gold, O Wa N’be, Smile For Me, Angeline, and Hip-hop Hurray.
Love Don’t Care, Jamb Question and Tiff are the bonus tracks.
Seyi Keyz, Sess, VTek each produced a song on the album project while Oscar who produced Joromi worked on all the other songs.
The singer’s debut album ‘Ogaju’ was released in 2006, at a time when her genre of music was gospel.
She also put out an EP entitled ‘The Restless’ in 2014 before getting signed to X3M Music, owned by Steve Babaeko.
Simi, who has been psyched for days about her album, took to Instagram on the stroke of midnight to announce its arrival, saying:
“#SIMISOLA Out Now! On all platforms (iTunes, AppleMusic, Deezer, Spotify, Cloud9 etc.” Since signing with X3M Music, the singer has released several hit songs and has also put out a joint EP ‘Chemistry’ with Falz.
‘Simisola’ is her first full album on the record label since joining in 2014.