Ayra Starr speaks on making tribute song to late father

Ayra Starr

Ayra Starr

By Taiwo Okanlawon

Nigerian singer, Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, popularly known as Ayra Starr, has said she is finally coming to terms with the death of her father.

She revealed that ‘The Kids Are All Right’; the outro of her sophomore album, ‘The Year I Turned 21’ is a tribute to her dad who died years ago.

The hitmaker disclosed this in a recent interview with Elle magazine.

“I end the album with a song called ‘The Kids Are All Right,’ which is my niece singing about dad and finally coming to terms with the death of my dad,” she said.

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Ayra Starr, who is known for her hits such as ‘Rush’, ‘Sability’, ‘Rhythm & Blues’, Commas, and more, is gearing up for the release of her second album titled ‘The Year I Turned 21’ which is expected to drop in May 2024.

Ayra Starr’s sophomore album features Asake, Seyi Vibez, Giveon, Anitta, Coco Jones and Mil.

Earlier, Spotify, an online music streaming platform announced Ayra Starr, as EQUAL Africa and EQUAL Global program for May 2024.

RADAR is Spotify’s program created to spotlight up-and-coming music talent – allowing them to broaden their fanbase and supporting them in their path to superstardom through comprehensive marketing, content, and editorial campaign

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