The singer had announced the album after she released a remix to her hit-single, Oh My Gosh, which featured American rapper, Rick Ross.
Woman od Steel is Yemi Alade’s fourth studio album after Black Magic (2017), Mama Africa (2016) and King of Queens (2014).
The body of work features appearances from Duncan Mighty, Funke Akindele, Angélique Kidjo as well as Rick Ross.
The prolific singer and energetic performer, who is signed to Universal Music Group, explained that the album was titled Woman of Steel because she grew up watching many superhero movies like Superman, Superwoman, Spiderman, Catwoman… and later realised she was her own superhero. She, therefore, decided to name the album after the character she represents: a “woman of steel”.
In her words: “I always wanted to remind the women out there – and also the guys – that we all need to be strong from the inside out. Especially women, because there are a lot of double standards, and unfortunately female artists are never the ones in favour: most of the times we have we to prove ourselves capable, and we have to work twice to earn the support of an audience.”
Check out the tracklist for Woman of Steel
- Night and Day
- Shake (feat. Duncan Mighty)
- Give Dem
- Remind You
- Shekere (feat. Angélique Kidjo)
- Poverty (feat. Funke Akindele)
- Lai Lai
- CIA (Criminal in Agbada)
- Poverty (feat. Funke Akindele) [Swahili Version]
- Oh My Gosh (feat. Rick Ross) [Remix]
Stream Woman of Steel on Apple Music
Listen to and down Woman of Steel
1. Night and Day
7. Remind You
9. Shekere (feat. Angélique Kidjo)
10. Poverty (feat. Funke Akindele)
11. Lai Lai
13. CIA (Criminal In Agbada)
14. Poverty (feat. Funke Akindele) [Swahili Version]
15. Oh My Gosh (feat. Rick Ross) [Remix]
Check out the music videos of some of the songs in Woman of Steel
Home (Short Movie)
Shake ft Duncan Mighty
Oh My Gosh ft Rick Ross