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Eva Alordiah's "1960 The Album"

If there’s an award for most pushed back album, Eva Alordiah’s debut album – “1960 The Album” would have won it before September 13th 2016.

The album houses 13 tracks which are in our opinion, not mediocre. The album features the legendary Femi Kuti alongside Yemi Alade, Sarkodie, Olamide, Phyno, Reminisce, Darey Art Alade, and The Keeper of the Deep ShopSir Dauda with productions on the album are credited to Grey Jones and TinTin.

Eva Alordiah’s debut album has to be, one of the unparalleled albums released in Nigeria recently.

The album is up for sale via Gumroad, Inc. for $4.99 which is approximately $5.00; and according to the present exchange rate, the album is been sold around ₦3,000 …good deal right?

BUY THE ALBUM HERE

UPDATE: The album is also available for FREE on the website 1960thealbum.com.

As a gift from 360NoBS and Eva Alordiah, we have provided snippets of every track from the album for you to listen to below.

  1. TTTMB That Talking To Myself Bullshit “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  2. Mbali (feat. Yemi Alade) “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  3. Deaf And Dumb (feat. Olamide, Sarkodie) “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  4. For My Momma “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  5. Kanayo (feat. Phyno, Reminisce) “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  6. Yaba “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  7. Pretty “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  8. Sweet Little Girl “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  9. Woman (feat. Femi Kuti) “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  10. Dance With You (feat. Darey Art Alade) “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  11. War Coming (feat. Sir Dauda) “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  12. Tell Me “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34
  13. Deaf (Bonus) “Eva Alordiah“ 0:34

Album Credits:

Executive Producers: Eva Alordiah and Yinka Olawoye

Sound Engineer – YinkaTinTinOlawoye

Tracks: 1, 2, 3, 4 , 7 , 8 , 13 Produced by Gray Jones

Tracks: 5, 6, 9., 10, 11, 12 Produced by TinTin

Art: Osa7

Photo: Aham Ibeleme

 

 

Eva Alordiah's "1960 The Album"
1960 The Album [Front Cover]
1960 The Album [Back Cover]
1960 The Album [Back Cover]
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