Wurld drops a single titled " Sarafina " in ahead of upcoming Ep " Don't get used to this".
Before releasing his upcoming EP, “Don’t Get Used To This,” Wurld releases the single “Sarafina.”
WurlD, a Nigerian singer-songwriter, just dropped a new song called “Sarafina.”
In “Sarafina,” a masterful display of WurlD’s particular AfroSoul sound, the singer waxes poetic about a seductive new love over a whimsical, seductive beat that. Drizz and WurlD co-produced.
Since breaking the AfroSoul wave in 2016 with “Show You Off” (with Shizzi and Walshy Fire), WurlD has been a major influence in music. The song was praised for bringing a new musical element to the then-emerging. Afrobeats style.
Lagos, Nigeria native who now divides his time between Atlanta and Los Angeles. For the most of his career, WurlD has effortlessly transitioned however between the. Afrobeats and R&B genres, writing songs for and working with musicians like B.O.B.
For the artists Akon, Mario, and Davido, he co-wrote the 2019 song “Blow My Mind,” which features. Chris Brown.
The song “Don’t Get Used To This” demonstrates WurlD’s growth as a producer, songwriter, and vocalist. It’s also his most rhythmically steady project to date, infused with the peculiar energy of Lagos, Nigeria, where he’s just recently. Moved back to live.
The EP is his first release under Addictive Content moreover a new imprint he founded to highlight the upcoming musical styles and. African artists.
Don’t Get Used To This is a love project that emphasizes living in the present, according to WurlD.
“Without worrying about the past or looking forward to the future, we immerse ourselves in the full range of experiences and. Emotions being experienced in the present moment. We keep in mind that tomorrow is yet unclear even if this love is definitely enchanting.
On the eagerly awaited EP, WurlD and Sarz, his collaborator on the 2019 joint EP, “ILGWT” (I Love Girls With Trobul), will once again. Team up for the energizing summer song “Location.”