After a short stint in the entertainment capital of Nigeria, Rose May Alaba finally premieres her sophomore afro-pop single titled 50/50.
The bouncy single features DMW star ‘Mayorkun’ and is bound to stir some excitement .
50/50 playfully explores relationships between opposite sexes and asks for equal input by both parties.
Mayorkun beautifully complemented Rose May on this single and might have set a record for African collaborations.
Produced by Kiddominant and with a video directed by Sesan Ogunro of Film Factory, Rose May definitely means business with 50/50.
The singer will commence on a global/digital tour to promote 50/50 while continuing work on additional singles for her EP scheduled for release in 2019.
About Rose May Alaba
At the age of eight, she began early musical education. She first took piano lessons and later learned to play the guitar.
In 2011 she became a member of the girl group BFF, which was put together in the casting show Popstars – Mission Austria and broke up in 2013.
In addition to music, she is also dedicated to acting. In 2014 she completed her education at the 1st film academy in Vienna.
In May 2015, she released All Of This Is You, which put her in 16th place in the Austrian single charts.
Also with the produced by Rodney Hunter single Love Me Right she reached in August 2016 the Austrian singles charts.
In 2017, she wrote and performed the theme song of the 2017 Special Olympic World Winter Games.