Rose May Alaba excited to win Nigerian hearts with Ibadi

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Rose May Alaba

Australian born artist with Nigerian roots and Philippine heritage Rose May Alaba has released her first project of the year and is excited to win Nigerian music lovers with the ballad.

“I’m so excited to be releasing this song, and sharing my love for Nigerian music with the world,” It’s been an incredible journey, and I can’t wait for my fans to hear what I’ve been working on.” Rose May said ahead of the release.

The song titled “Ibadi” meaning waist in the Yoruba Language, is a feel-good, up tempo and rhythmic afro-beat song that captures the essence of the beauty of a woman’s body by dancing and whining her waist. 

Alaba’s diverse musical background is reflected in her ability to sing fluently in English, German, Yoruba, and Nigerian Pidgin English. Her unique sound is relatable to a global audience, and she has amassed a diverse fan base in different parts of the world, especially in Africa and Europe.

The song was produced by popular Nigerian producer and Grammy award nominee Blaise beats who has worked with Blaise Beatz. He has worked with superstars like Chris Brown, Wizkid, Davido, Tiwa Savage among others.

Working with Blaise elevates Rose May Alaba’s unique sound to new heights, ensuring that the song will be an instant hit in Nigeria and the rest of the world.

With its infectious beat and catchy lyrics that will have fans dancing along in no time, Ibadi promises to be an instant hit.

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About Rose May Alaba

Rose May Alaba is an Austrian singer, songwriter and recording artist. She is best known for her 2016 single, Love Me Right, which peaked at number 1 on the Austrian iTunes chart for over four weeks. She represented Austria at the 2017 Europa Music Contest and performed the theme song for the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games, which was held in Austria. Her music life is Inspired by Lauryn Hill and Whitney Houston.

She has performed at prestigious events such as the Lolla Palooza Festival in Berlin and an iconic stadium performance at the Special Olympics. 

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