Ibraah Explains Why He’s Yet to Release an Album
26 April 2021
[Photo Credit: Ibraah Instagram]
By Paul A.
Konde Worldwide signee Ibraah has explained why he is yet to release an album, stating that his management feels it is not right the time.
According to Ibraah, he has recorded many songs that could easily form an album; however, his management has opposed plans for him to drop an album arguing that it is too early.
Speaking during a recent interview, ibraah said he is ready to release his debut album once his management gives him the greenlight.
“Album niko na mpango wa kutoa lakini naamini kwa EP. Management yangu nikiambia nitoe album wanasema bado mapema sana. Nyimbo ziko mingi sana. Mimi ni mtu wa ku record sana,”said Ibraah.
Since making his debut in the music industry in 2020, the singer has released two EPs; 'Steps' and 'Karata 3'.
In the ‘Steps’ EP, Ibraah collaborated with Nigerian singer Joe Boy. However, they did not release the video to the song dubbed ‘Skip’.
Notably, Joe Boy was in Tanzania last year but pitched camp at WCB, where he collaborated with Zuchu.
Explaining why they are yet to produce the video. Ibraah noted that he could not record the visuals because of scheduling conflicts alongside business constraints. He, however, assured his fans that if an opportunity arises, they will release the video.