Ayra Starr, Nigerian singer and Artiste, whose real name is Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, has shared that she is gradually finding acceptance with the passing of her father.

She opened up about how the outro of her second album, ‘The Year I Turned 21’, titled ‘The Kids Are All Right’, serves as a poignant tribute to her late father, who passed away some years ago.

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The singer revealed this in a recent chat with Elle magazine. She said “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”.

Ayra Starr, the talented artist behind chart-toppers like ‘Rush’, ‘Sability’, ‘Rhythm & Blues’, and the infectious ‘Commas’, is currently gearing up for the highly anticipated release of her second album, ‘The Year I Turned 21’, set to drop in May 2024. This upcoming album promises an exciting lineup of collaborations with artists such as Asake, Seyi Vibez, Giveon, Anitta, Coco Jones, and Mil, adding diverse musical flavors to her already impressive discography and art of singing.

Furthermore, there was a recent announcement by Spotify, the popular online music streaming platform, named Ayra Starr as part of the EQUAL Africa and EQUAL Global program for May 2024 underscores her growing influence and recognition in the music industry and it’s truly remarkable to witness her artistry and talent being acknowledged on a global scale, showcasing her unique sound and storytelling abilities to a broader audience.

RADAR is Spotify’s initiative designed to shine a spotlight on emerging music talents, giving them a platform to expand their fanbase and providing support as they journey towards stardom. Through RADAR artists receive extensive marketing, content creation, and editorial campaigns to help elevate their presence in the music industry and connect with a wider audience.