After a thrilling performance last summer at the prestigious Cameroon Entertainment Awards (CEA) where she received the award for Best Female Artist, singer, rapper and songwriter Naomi Achu brings sexy back with her new single “Wa Fun Mi Suga.” The song will premiere on Saturday Oct 6th, 2012 through the massive support of radio stations and online platforms worldwide. Furthermore, in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, fans will enjoy a party night with Naomi including the exclusive play of the new hit song at Muse Lounge located at 717 16th Street.
“Wa Fun Mi Suga,” which means “Come and give me sugar” in Yoruba, is the first single off Naomi’s upcoming album scheduled for 2013. Lyrically Naomi plays the flirt on a mission to tempt the boys. The song also unwraps African pop culture’s latest topics including a reference to the D’banj and Don
Jazzy break up. Musically the beat, produced by Cheffy, is unconventional yet alluring and perfectly blends with Naomi’s silvery voice and fierce verses.
Naomi Achu released her first album titled “Positive Energy” in 2011. The diversity and originality of this album captivated the public and critics. Massive international radio and television airplays of her single “Alhadji” scored Naomi a Best Blues/Pop award nomination by the Washington, D.C.-based world Music & Independent Film Festival. The video of the single held the No.1 spot on Afrotainment Channel’s Top 10 program for several weeks. Naomi performed on many stages in the United States, Africa and Europe. She also opened shows for high-profile artists including Fally Ipupa (DR Congo) and Timaya (Nigeria). Naomi’s Best Female Artist award, received recently at the 2012 CEA, is yet another important mark for this international artist on her way to superstardom. Watch out!
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