TÖME Is Young Wild And Free On Sophomore Album ‘Bigger Than 4 Walls: Chapter 2’

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Following her illustrious 2019 run which saw her open for Wizkid in Canada, share the stage with Burna Boy at his historic Wembley Arena concert in London and tour Europe with Mr Eazi, Canadian-Nigerian-French singer and songwriter, TÖME seeks to broaden her horizon with her sophomore album. The ten-track project which accommodates contributions from Nigerian pop stars including Runtown, Zlatan, neo-alternative artist, Wavy The Creator and Ghana’s King Promise is titled Bigger Than 4 Walls: Chapter 2, which also serves as a sequel to her debut album, Tomesroom: Chapter 1 and furtherance of her sonic ambitions.

The genre-melding project embodies more sound, more color, and space than was offered in the prequel but maintains her African core, solidifying TÖME as an Afro-fusion artiste without inhibitions as evidenced in the encompassing nature of her dynamic performance across the project.

As the title suggests, Bigger Than 4 Walls: Chapter 2 is a sonic fiesta that draws on the components of TÖME’s Western influences and African roots.


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