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I wrote ‘Butterflies’ at third trimester, says Omawumi

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Speaking on one of her singles in her latest work Timeless, eccentric singer, Omawumi revealed that the song ‘Butterflies’ which has been nominated for ‘Recording of the year’ in a non-voting category at the 12th edition of the Headies Awards slated for May 8. 2018, as revealed by the songstress was written at her third trimester.

The song which was produced and co-written by Cobhams Asuquo, recorded live in Houston and Nashville with string orchestra, is one of the most downloaded songs in the album, tells the story of walking away without dream being shattered.

She wrote, “butterflies was recorded when I was 8months pregnant, butterflies off my #Timeless album is nominated for recording of the year @officialhiptv #Headies. It’s a non-voting category but guess who’s feeling lucky?”

Known for dishing out hit songs, her new single ‘Meke’, featuring Kiss Daniel, is also making waves at the moment and receiving positive reviews and responses from fans, going by the comments on her social pages.
The songstress early April modelled for Gbenga Artsmith Jewery, for the official launching of the “Necktar” collection.


The singer joins 16 other celebrities and influencers in lending their voice to speaking against discrimination of people with disabilities like Cerebral Palsy. In her words, “I choose not to place ‘Dis-‘ in any form of ‘Ability.”

The green-themed collection is in commemoration of cerebral Palsy awareness month.

Omawumi Megbele known by her stage name Omawumi, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter and actress of Itsekiri ethnicity.

She gained prominence in 2007 as runner-up on West African Idols, a reality TV show part of the Idols franchise.

Her album, ‘The Lasso of Truth’, was reported to be a commercial success in Nigeria.

She is also a brand ambassador to many brands. She’s also part of the campaign called “Rise with the Energy of Africa”.
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