Entertainment

Aidonia working on debut album

BY KEVIN JACKSON
Observer writer

Friday, September 15, 2017

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Chart-topping dancehall artiste Aidonia is currently working on his debut album. Two years ago, he released the EP Project Sweat.

Aidonia explained the delay in releasing an official album in his more than decade-long career.

“I want to provide fans with something exceptional that will transcend time and geographic boundaries. I am not a big fan of expendable music; hence, I believe as an artiste it is extremely important to take the time and effort to create each song on the album in the best way I possibly can. If I expect people to buy this it's only fair that they receive their monies worth,” he told the Jamaica Observer.

“I want when someone downloads or puts my album into their player they can listen to the entire compilation, from start to end, without having to skip a song because it's perceived as a sub-par effort,” he continued.

Although there's no specific release date for the project, Splash understands that the set is slated for the first quarter of 2018. It is being produced by his 4th Genna Music label.

In the meantime, Aidonia continues to release new material going into the festive season. Among his most recent efforts are Fire and IG Girls.

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