Amanie Illfated - 'Divine' Review | Opinions | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS

Amanie Illfated – ‘Divine’ Review

Amanie Illfated - 'Divine' Review | Opinions | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS
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Amanie Illfated was born in Southern Sudan and had to grow up as a refugee in Canada. It can be a shocking and traumatic experience for anybody,  particularly having to adapt to two different cultures. 

Amanie was doubted when she started her music career, even by her parents, so, with all the experiences she had, it is no wonder that she adopted Illfated as part of her stage name.

Yet Amanie was able to transform all those experiences into some exquisite music that combines afrobeat, R&B, and reggae, all evident on her second album Divine.

Even prior to this album, her music didn’t go unnoticed, as she, among other things, received 2 nominations for African Entertainment Awards.

Throughout the album, Amanie and her collaborators were able to make an exciting blend of rhythms and tight production with her excellent vocals throughout with tracks like “Jere Jere Guam” certain to captivate any dance floor.

Divine presents Amanie Illfated as an artist whom we will certainly hear more from.

Amanie Illfated - 'Divine' Review | Opinions | LIVING LIFE FEARLESS
Amanie Illfated – ‘Divine’ Review
Conclusion
'Divine’ presents Amanie Illfated as an artist whom we will certainly hear more from in the future.
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