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Cameroon: Artiste Salatiel set to release album on Feb. 26

Fans and music lovers are waiting in anticipation for urban music artiste Salatiel who drops his new album later this month.

“Africa Represented” will be dropping on February 26, the artiste recently announced on his various social media pages.

The album will comprise of 19 tracks, featuring eleven artistes from Cameroon and around the world and it is a real African melting pot that Salatiel is preparing to release.

The album handles themes like love, the joy of life and of course African pride. He opens the album with the track ‘Ayagayo’ which is already known to the public and and then ‘Vamos’, which is a featuring with Soul Bang’s.

Fans can equally clean their ear drums and look forward to the third part of Anita’s story which Salatiel has decided to title “Prisonnier”.

Salatiel also features his long-time protégé, Mr Leo while the artiste of the moment? Aveiro Djess is part of the lineup. There is a flavor our love in the album with the inclusion of Locko who features on the song “Say I Do” alongside Sauti Sol. There is equally an ingredient of rap in the album with the featuring or Pascal on the song “Kilimanjaro”. Nigeria’s Teni gives some heat to the album with the track “Fire on the Mountain”.

Salatiel has already dropped a teaser of the album by releasing a single; “Good girl” featuring Haiti’s Guillaume Rutshelle as the song is almost hitting the million mark on YouTube.

With the album just a few weeks away from hitting the various digital platforms, the artiste and his team have already been running campaigns both off and online to get fans ready to receive the new product from Alpha Better Records.

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Publié le 05.05.2023

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