Tems Reveals Illness Delayed Debut Album, Announces Release Date and World Tour


Grammy-winning Nigerian singer Temilade Openiyi, known as Tems, shared that a “serious illness” forced her to delay the release of her debut album.

Tems, who gained international recognition in 2020 after featuring on Wizkid’s hit song “Essence,” revealed in a recent New York Times interview that her debut album was initially set for a 2021 release. However, the illness, which required surgery and a six-month recovery period, led to a postponement.

During her recovery, She released her second extended play, “If Orange Was a Place.” She mentioned that her journey back to health influenced her new music, which focuses on resilience and perseverance.

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“Being a warrior is about not giving up,” Tems said. “Even if they cut your leg, you walk on your knees, you fight on your knees using what you have — and that’s good enough.”

Tems’ eagerly awaited debut album, “Born In The Wild,” is now set to be released on June 7. She will also begin her first headline world tour in June.

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