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What you don’t know about Ann Singer’s Sanity

Award winner Ann Singer has a sentimental piece of body on the way and here’s why we know it’s about to be lit.

Due to drop anytime soon, Ann singer slips us some cool facts about her second Album as we wait for the release.

1. It took about two years to finish the album.

2. Momtima Wange was written for someone I dated about two years ago lol.

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3. I had to work with about five different designers to come up with the artwork and none of them could give me what I wanted so I did the design myself of the internet and then later took it to Wise Creatives to bring my vision to life.

4. This was tougher to put together more than it was to get Bulletproof together.

5. Some of the stories sang aren’t actually mine. One day I will share who they belong to but only if the people they belong to will be comfortable enough to help me share with the world.

The album that one can say was done with NamTwitter’s support only has three features one can look forward to including that on the song Bandage where former Mabala Noise artist Mozz Kidd gives his all. Another artist who featured on the album is Zimbabwean Joel Kay and Namibian Jaleel.

“It’s been three years since my first album and so many things were a beautiful roller coaster ride from signing under record labels to performing in Europe. I went through depression but I took everything and channelled it into beautiful music, ” she says.

Ann Singer’s contract with Mabala Noise ended last year making her self manage and deal with everything yet she was able to produce the masterpiece. Knowing how had she had to work for her Sanity, it’s already a sign that it will be a fresh of breath air to the game. Keep an eye on her social media pages not to miss out on her Sanity!

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