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WurlD declares his love with mini‑EP MWWU

By Published August 19, 2021

The blue-haired singer adds two new romantic anthems to his already impressive collection.

WurlD has been on a roll. In two years, we have witnessed his evolution over four projects: Love Is Contagious (2019), I LOVE GIRLS WITH TROBUL (2019), AFROSOUL (2020) and AFROSOUL DELUXE (2020). While his impressive songwriting skills were already widely recognized through his ghostwriting work with artists like BOB, Trinidad James, Akon or Mario, the Nigerian singer is now without a doubt a solid solo artist, who managed to coin his very own sound and style. His music is easy to recognize : floating somewhere between Afrobeats, alté, jazz or soul, it always seems to emit a deep sensuality and intimacy. This specific mood is kept on MWWU, the new two-single pack the artist has released to satisfy his fans’ appetite.

MWWU stands for “My World With U”, and it is no surprise that the two tracks, “Spunk” and “Stamina”, are both love songs. In “Spunk”, the singer addresses an insecure partner, assuring her on a sensual instrumental that she still “got that spunk” that would make him “do anything for her”. On the second track, he expresses his emotions with a new twist brough by South African duo Major League Djz, who add an amapiano joyful ambiance. Joined by LuuDaDeejay, WurlD compliments a girl for her “Stamina”, as she dances in front of him. 

MWWU by WurlD, out now.

Listen to WurlD in our One Dance playlist on Spotify and Deezer.

 

 

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