NIGERIA: 'Expect An EP or Album From Me By End of Year,' Singer on Next Project - May D

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<p id="abstract">Mister May D is on course to build on the effort from debut album "Chapter One"</p>
<p align="justify">Mister <strong>May D</strong> speaks on how his collaboration with American music duo <strong>Rock City</strong> came about.</p>
<p align="justify">He tells <strong>Pulse</strong> that the &nbsp;Rock City brothers found his sound original after checking out a couple of his music online.</p>
<p align="justify">The<em> &lsquo;Ile ijo&rsquo;</em> singer also talks on foreign labels picking interest in Nigerian artists, stating that their involvement with Nigerian music should not be disregarded.</p>
<p align="justify">&ldquo;<em>I think it&rsquo;s good because it just shows we are being recognised in Nigeria, and we shouldn&rsquo;t ignore them because they have something to add up to whatever we&lsquo;re doing&rdquo; </em>He says.</p>
<p align="justify">May D also speaks on the Nigerian sound, describing it as culturally diverse, how he comes up with his songs, and the easiest song he has ever made.</p>
<p align="justify">On upcoming projects, the singer says an EP or album should be out by year end, and that during his break after he released his first album &ldquo;Chapter One&rdquo;, &nbsp;he had learnt the importance of patience and consistency as regards to the music.</p>
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