Med Mushaijamukuru Kimbugwe
In an industry where artists hit retirement without an album to show for it; one where focusing on singles is the modus operandi, I can’t help but admire Naira Ali’s focus and resolve! With her hard work and tenacity, Naira Ali has sure come of age in her music journey.
That Naira Ali is a talented Diva is an issue beyond contest. What’s admirable however is that even in the morning of her music career, Naira Ali has put together a twelve track album entitled Sounds of Naira Ali.
What’s even more admirable is that Sounds of Naira Ali isn’t a mere anthology of twelve songs but rather a compilation of carefully crafted beautiful music, ranging from ballads and reggae to the very stuff that will make you dance. Sounds of Naira Ali not only makes a strong statement about her talent, but also exhibits her versatility.
Sounds of Naira Ali has twelve songs including Tulo, Dancing tonite, Sweetest thing, Muntu Wange, Shy gal featuring Ziza Bafana, Nze nawe, Mwerere, Fighter, Ensi yange featuring Little Tammy, Breaking down, Nga ndi nawe featuring Daniel Kaweesa and Okikola otya.
Each of the songs on this album has its own grace and appeal. It has the kind of variety that will make you want to buy a copy of Sounds of Naira Ali and keep it somewhere in your collection of amazing music.
Notable among them is her Magnum Opus hit, Tulo which left fans yearning for an encore. Okikola otya is also notable, being one of those times when Naira goes up-tempo and pulls it off. In Shy Gal, Naira teams up with award winning ragga-dancehall sensation Ziza Bafana, to deliver an amazing song.
Music fans will be treated to the beautiful Sounds Of Naira Ali on 22nd May at Hotel Africana, in a black tie dinner event, where Naira will perform all her songs live.
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