Nigerian singer-songwriter, Yemi Alade has released her latest single titled “Fake Friends“, challenging the notion of trust and loyalty in personal relationships.
With her distinct vocal prowess, Yemi Alade delivers a resounding message of self-confidence and resilience, urging listeners to recognize and rise above the deceptive influences of fake friendships.
Produced by her frequent collaborator, Vtek, Fake Friends exhibits Yemi Alade’s constant evolution as an artist. The song’s infectious beats and catchy melodies create an inviting atmosphere, drawing audiences into Yemi Alade’s empowering narrative.
Through her lyrics, Yemi Alade confronts the betrayal she has experienced, choosing to prioritize her own well-being and personal growth over toxic connections. She fearlessly exposes the masks worn by those who claim to be friends, asserting her independence and determination to thrive in the face of adversity.
“When the money come, I go change my face, all of my fake friends we no go dey relate‘ says Yemi Alade in the lyrics.
With her unapologetic attitude and consistency, she continues to captivate audiences in Africa and beyond. Her message resonates with a diverse audience, striking a chord with those who have experienced similar struggles of trust and deception.
The single is accompanied by a visually captivating visualizer, created by Poka Studios, a renowned creative team that brings Yemi Alade‘s vision to life. The video’s artistic elements enhance the song’s empowering message, immersing viewers in a world of vivid visuals.