Nigerian Gospel singer Liatu Aweh has unveiled her latest project, an Extended Play (EP) titled “Yabo Hills,” which translates to “Praise Hills” in the Hausa language spoken in the northern part of Nigeria.
“Yabo Hills” is a collection of contemporary praise songs that are presented in both English and Hausa languages. The EP features a fusion of urban and Afrocentric musical styles, with a touch of pop undertones that create an engaging and vibrant musical experience.
One of the standout features of the EP is the cross-cultural blend of English and Hausa languages in the songs. This adds a unique touch to the project, allowing it to reach a broader audience and celebrate the diversity of Nigeria’s cultures.
Some of the highlighted tracks from the EP include “Sarai, Sarai (Remix),” “Mai Ceto Na,” and “God of Power.” These songs not only showcase Liatu Aweh’s vocal prowess but also demonstrate her ability to infuse various musical influences to create a dynamic sound.
Liatu Aweh’s musical journey began at a young age, fueled by her deep faith and passion for singing. Growing up in a Christian household, she found solace and strength in Gospel music, and over the years, she has developed a unique style that reflects her multicultural background and influences.
With “Yabo Hills,” Liatu Aweh continues to share her faith and passion for music with a diverse audience. Her EP’s blend of languages and musical styles serves as a bridge between cultures, bringing people together in a celebration of praise and worship.