Tomilola exists in intersections. From a name change that is the prize of evolution stemming from self-reflection to an organic percussion-heavy sound that neither borders on Pop nor Afrobeat to the uncertainty she chants about, she nests comfortably in the center of soul and sound, a fusion that borders on perfection in an industry that relegates weighty sounds.
To mark her rebirth along with a need to be one with her audience, she shares Let Go, the Kingsley Okorie (one half of The Cavemen) produced ode to her evolution. Equal parts spiritual, melodic, and relatable, the Cavemen assisted single is a rebirth anthem that finds Tomilola admonishing her listeners and herself by extension to shed toxic weight, a step necessary to let go and move on.
Tomilola has always been a soul train driver but with Let Go she steps into a more honest and sound innate dimension that plays host to a performer who’s ready to take the industry by storm.