Djinee Returns To Music With Find You (Nwanyi Oma)

Djinee Returns To Music With Find You (Nwanyi Oma)

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Added by January 26, 2018

After half a decade of deafening silence in music, award-winning vocalist Djinee has released a brand new song titled “Find You (Nwanyi Oma).”

The “Ëgo”, “Lade” and “Overkilling” singer announced the release of his new song on Friday, January 26.

“Find You” is a romantic song which emphasizes the power of unconditional and selfless love to a life partner.

It revives the spirit of true love, amidst a reality of travails and heartbreak.

Djinee said: “First of all I want to say thank you to God who made all of this possible, My family, My friends, My amazing and ever loving fans (Without whom i am nothing), Blogs, members of the Press, TV stations, Radio Stations and DJs.

“Thank you for being patient with me and for letting me have the past year to really escape into my mind and write music so freely. I feel so rejuvenated and i have so many stories I can’t wait to share with you.

“I have missed you all desperately, the wait is so almost over. Something is coming very, very, very, very soon. I am excited and scared at the same time. I’ve poured my heart and soul into this record, I Love you all, and hope to see you in the not so distant future.”

Ace producer ExO Magege produced this song.

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