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I didn’t release 'Johnny' officially, it was leaked – Yemi Alade

I didn’t release ‘Johnny’ officially, it was leaked – Yemi Alade

Kofi Dekye Acquaye 1 month ago 0

Well-known afrobeat musician Yemi Alade has disclosed that an unidentified source leaked her breakthrough hit song, “Johnny,” which went viral.

She stated that she probably would not have released the song in its official capacity if it had not been leaked in 2014.

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Yemi Alade talked about writing Johnny while on tour in Nigeria and how she never imagined the song would turn her into a worldwide sensation.

In a recent interview with Tayimesan for the Tea With Taymesan podcast, the singer related the tale and mentioned that the song’s leak happened the day she recorded it with Selebobo. Yemi responded as follows to a question:

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“Yes, I felt it. I never thought it was a song that leaked; I didn’t release it officially. If you find the picture, it’s a picture of me with some blonde weave.”

“What do you mean it leaked?” the interviewer inquired further. She added:

“It leaked online; it was never officially released. Yes, it probably would never have been released. God finds a way to move people and things around.”

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