Days After Drake Feature, Singer Tems Gets Fans Excited As She Finally Releases Own Body of Work

Days After Drake Feature, Singer Tems Gets Fans Excited As She Finally Releases Own Body of Work

  • Nigerian fast-rising female singer, Tems has released the official tracklist and artwork for her debut body of work
  • Tems who boasts of high profile collaborations released a 5-tracker extended playlist (EP) with only one artiste featuring on it
  • The songbird has gained international recognition since she burst into the limelight, and has songs with Drake and Wizkid on her impressive catalogue

Fast-rising Nigerian female musician, Temilade Openiyi popularly known as Tems, on Wednesday, September 15, released her eagerly anticipated debut body of work titled If Orange Was A Place EP.

Tems releases new EP
Tems released new EP If Orange Was A Place. Credit: @temsbaby
Source: Instagram

Despite her giant strides in music both locally and internationally, she featured just one relatively known act, Brent Faiyaz on her debut EP.

Tems released a beautiful artwork for the EP and it has five tracks.

Some tracks off the new EP include Crazy Tings, Replay and Avoid Things. All tracks are produced by Guilty Beatz except track 3 that was produced by Jonah Christian.

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The music star shared the tracklist on her verified Instagram page.

Check it out below:

Wizkid's Made in Lagos (MIL) album has Tems on its star track Essence and the song became a global hit track with incredible numbers on billboards and other ranking platforms. American superstar, Justin Bieber featured on its remix.

Similarly, Tems also featured on a song off Drake Graham's Certified Lover Boy Album.

Fans react

The announcement of her debut EP has spurred reactions from her fans on social media. gathered some of the comments:


"Oh no omgggggg w/ brentttt???? shoot mee."




"So excited."


"Honey I’m with you."

Ugandan Police arrest Tems and Omah Lay had earlier reported that Nigerian young music stars, Omah Lay and Tems were arrested in Uganda after allegedly breaking COVID-19 rules in the country.

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The news of their arrest was made public by an assistant superintendent of police in Uganda identified as Owoyesigyire on social media, on Sunday, December 13, 2020.

According to the officer who is also the police spokesperson, the managers of the venue where the concert was held have also been nabbed by the police.


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