With his new album, the artist Worlasi asserts that he has truly emerged out of his shell.
Quite the eccentric, Worlasi has darted across a variety of sonic pickings, while still maintaining a soulful essence and bold themes. The new album, titled WORLA (The Man and The god), is expected to follow in that tangent. it features the Senku Live band.
Since his entry into mainstream music, Worlasi has been associated with esteemed colleagues as Sarkodie, M.anifest, Da’Hammer, and Sena Dagadu (with whom he also recently announced “Wings,” a joint-EP). His other bodies of work include “Nuse,” “Uncut,” and the “Outerlane EP,”
The album is expected to be outdoored at his Worla Fest event, December 7 at Alliance Francais.
Read his full Facebook post announcing post announcing WORLA (The Man and The god) below:
Five years ago, I made _‘Nuse – (Strength Within).’_ I was at a point in my life where I needed to finally get out of my shell and face the world, and making that project was my way of doing that. Music has always been therapy for me, and the things that were bothering me, the things I didn’t understand, I poured into that mixtape. _Nuse_ pulled me out from the embers of myself, and like a parent does to a child, taught me how to walk.
Now I bring you WORLA (the man and the god)
I am out of my shell now. I can walk, run even, and I see things differently. I am no longer unsure of what is in front of me. I can face the world. I see the world for what it is, and it makes me happy but angry sometimes.
Human beings with power and privilege play god on earth. They do what they like, decide who should die and who is more worthy of life, who to help and who can rot, who deserves opportunity and who it must be taken away from. Humans are using their positions and abilities to do unspeakable things to each other. The powerful do not care.