Veteran Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has taken active steps to re-activate her music career, 15 years after she took her first step in that sector of the entertainment industry.
The renowned actress who has achieved remarkable success in the acting industry, and has gained recognition as one of the finest on-screen characters to have ever graced the African soil, had at a point in her life ventured into music, though without much success.
Omotola launched a “long-awaited” music career in 2005 with the release of her debut album titled “gba””. The album produced the singles “Naija Lowa” and “The Things You Do To Me.”
Her unreleased second album – Me, Myself, and Eyes, brought in production from Paul Play and Del B. It was supported by the songs “Feel Alright”, featuring Harrysong, and “Through the Fire”, featuring Uche.
Omotola recently announced her intention to relaunch her music career after the lockdown, even though many of her fans thought she was just joking. The actress has served notice of her seriousness as she announced the availability of her songs on major streaming platforms.
“When I told you Post COVID I’m doing ALL I’ve wanted to do some thought I was just motivating! I’m back to My Music! And this second time around No gates of Hell shall prevail. 🙏🏽”
“My Music is Now on ALL STREAMING PLATFORMS. Apple, Spotify, Tidal , Shazam, İnstagram stories …. All. ~~~~~~~~~~<<>>~~~~~~”
“Please take some time to listen and download to your playlist. I’m 42, restarting My First Love! ❤️ Why the Hell Not! What are you waiting for? ~~~~~~~~~~~” She wrote on her Instagram page.