The latest single from Aadae takes in influences stretching across decades and continents.
Growing up in a strict Nigerian-Christian household did not leave Peckham born song-writer Aadae with a lot of time for frivolous music making. Countless hours spent rifling through records and impromptu familial singing arrangements however, encouraged Aadae to grow as performer and ultimately catalysed her pursuit into the world of melody and harmony.
“Die Happy” is inspired by genres ranging from Yoruba gospel to 90s Afro-juju with some sparkly pop hooks thrown in for good measure. It is a commanding track that ultimately tells a story of two worlds, one rooted in British culture and another celebrating Nigerian heritage.