Temitayo George readies second album
Temitayo George, a former 'West African Idols' runner up, is
release of her new album.
The singer took the industry by storm when she performed for the first time in the 2006 edition of 'West African Idols'.
George told Vanguard that, as early as nine years old, she had nursed the dream of being a performer.
"At birthday parties I was fond of taking the centre stage, dancing and singing with friends. I believed that one day I was going to perform on a big stage like my idols Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and Janet Jackson with lots of adoring fans."
Now she plans to launch a follow-up to her 12-track debut album produced by Edmond Benson, Mosadoluwa Adegboye, Wale Oni, and Cobhams Asoquo.
Temitayo, who described her brand of music as Inspirational R&B said that her debut album was an attempt towards giving hope to the hopeless, and impact positively on the society, particularly ladies who are having undue challenges in their relationship.
"I sowed it as a seed to the Little Saints Orphanage because most of the songs were inspired by my love for them. So I saw it as another good way of raising funds for their education, maintenance and general well being," she said.
Date Posted : 14 May 2012