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Why I started exposing my body – Omawumi

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Why I started exposing my body – Omawumi

Popular Nigerian singer, Omawumi, recently revealed her reason for wearing revealing outfits in recent times. The singer did this while sharing series of racy photos on her Instagram page. Omawumi explained that her dresses used to be very short when she first started in the industry but she became conservative after becoming a wife and a mother. The singer, however, added that her current look is in line with her sound at the moment. Omawumi wrote:

“I remember when I started out in the industry… My dresses were so short, my mum would say I use handkerchiefs to sew my dresses! Over time, especially when I became a mom and a wife, I became conservative and ‘covered’ with my sense of style and music. Now you might ask…’what is she doing?’ My answer is my current look is intentional in connection to my current sound. ‘will it be permanent?’ – I don’t think so… who knows? I’m just exploring my many sides and loving myself in the process….

I’m just Omawonder.” The multi-talented singer and songwriter, recently held an exclusive lis- tening party for her new LP, ‘In Her Feelings’ in Lagos, as celebrities, fans, and influencers present had the opportunity to listen and enjoy her new songs.

The 7-track LP which is Omawumi’s fourth body of work, features songs specially dedicated to her husband such as ‘Without You’, and other amazing tracks like ‘For My Baby’, ‘Mr. Sinner Man’, ‘Away’, ‘True loving’, ‘Tabansi’ and ‘Green Grass’.

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