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NIGERIA Azaya – Tu Me Rends Dingue Ft. Yemi Alade

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Azaya – Tu Me Rends Dingue Ft.

This Azaya is not Isaiah and certainly not a prophet. But he has got enormous musical appeal. Just listen to him sing and see lyrics come to life. Azaya has just gifted us a new track titled “Tu Me Rends Dingue.

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The track featured , one of the most celebrated lady singers, not just in but in Africa.

Although Azaya has released several songs already, “ Tu Me Rends Dingue” would be his first feature on NaijaTurnUp. “Zenab Toure,” “Afakha Flow Ra,” “Lamignokhe,” “Taliby Dabo” and “J’aime tout chez toi” are some of his songs you may wish to check out.

Others are “Tu me rends dingue,” “Guinea Games,” “Teme Alou,” “Sere VIP,” and “Amie Sacko

On her part, has limned songs such as “Elele,” “Oga,” “Number One” and, most recently, “Yaji.

Love is the eternal language of mankind. I hope as you listen to “Tu Me Rends Dingue,” you get to see and define love in a broader sense: amity and a deep concern for the welfare of those around you and your environment too. Not necessarily something amorous.

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