Simi Opens Up About Overcoming Imposter Syndrome and Rediscovering Herself Through New Album ‘Lost And Found’


Nigerian singer Simisola Kosoko, known as Simi, recently shared her experiences with imposter syndrome.

Simi, who is a mother of one, revealed that she had always felt a deep sense of self-awareness, but in recent years, she struggled with losing that connection to herself. She described feeling like a stranger in her own skin.

Creating her upcoming album, ‘Lost And Found,’ was a pivotal part of her journey to rediscover herself.

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On her X handle on Tuesday, Simi wrote, “For most of my life, I have enjoyed the privilege of knowing myself deeply, unwaveringly, truly. In more recent years, I have also endured the discomfort of losing myself. Sometimes, to make room for something else that I needed to be – other times, because I could not, for the life of me, find my way. I felt like a stranger to myself. This version of me has been the hardest one to look at in the mirror.

“Making this album is a symbol of finding parts of myself again that I hoped I hadn’t lost permanently. I don’t believe that we ever stop finding ourselves. If you’re willing to look, there’s always more. This is a tribute to the things we continue to find and rediscover.”

She also mentioned that the album represents her reconnecting with her passion for music, melody, and love stories.

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