Aidonia released a 10-track compilation titled “Project Sweat”, two years ago and many fans were of the opinion that this was an album. However, according to a release from the artiste camp, it was just an EP.
With regards to the length of time timeline, the release an album Aidonia says its just the timing as he wanted to deviate from the norm, however, still provide an offering that fans and the wider society will appreciate musically.
“I want to provide fans with something exceptional that will transcend time and geographic boundaries. I am not a big fan of expendable music, hence I believe as an artiste, it is extremely important to take the time and effort to mould each record on the album in the best way I possibly can,” he said. “If I expect people to buy this, it’s only fair that they receive their money’s worth. I want when someone downloads or puts my album into their player, they can listen to the entire compilation from start to end without having to skip a song because it’s perceived as a subpar effort.”
“I want when someone downloads or puts my album into their player they can listen to the entire compilation from start to end without having to skip a song because it’s perceived as a sub-par effort.” – He added.
While there has been no specific date for the release of the album it is believed that he should be completed by the first quarter of 2018 and compilation will be executively produced by his own 4th Genna Music imprint.
Aidonia’s summer banger, Yeah Yeah, was recently added to the B-List of BBC 1Xtra’s Playlist, where it now enjoys premium daytime rotation among a plethora of international A-listers.
The deejay is gearing up for a series of performances in The Bahamas later this month.