Marking the fourth track from the EP, Bob Marley: One Love, Wizkid shares his interpretation of the iconic Marley anthem, One Love. The EP features contemporary covers of essential compositions from the Jamaican
Forget the filters, the likes, the pressure to be “perfect.” Nigerian songstress Rukmani is smashing the “follow” button with her electrifying new single, No Social Media, dropping February 16th. This isn’t just a song; it’s a sonic revolution, a call to break free from the Matrix of online expectations and plug into the raw, unfiltered power of your own soul. “I ain’t going through the media no more,” Rukmani declares in the opening lines, a defiant anthem for anyone who’s ever felt suffocated by the pressure to conform. No Social Media is potent blend of self-love, empowerment, and a healthy dose of “screw the haters.” But No Social Media isn’t just about ditching the apps. It’s a call to snatch back your time, your energy, your voice. It’s about creating space for genuine connection, for chasing dreams that set your soul on fire, not just garnering likes. “This isn’t just a song; it’s a movement,” says Rukmani. “I want this to inspire people to break free from the shackles of online validation and embrace their true selves, flaws and all. You are enough, just as you are.” No Social Media is more than just a catchy tune; it’s a call to action. It’s a reminder to unplug from the noise, tune into your inner voice, and rewrite your own narrative. Are you ready to join the revolution?