Less than a year since he burst onto the global music scene with his debut EP, Senth is back with his sophomore EP, ‘Wayyy Saucy.’
●7th December 2023
Nigerian R&B prodigy Senth is back with his sophomore EP, Wayyy Saucy. Teaming up with producers from around the world like Belgium’s Nanzoo and Manchester’s OracleBeats for this project, Senth explores themes of love, sensuality and desire with soulful vocals and heartfelt lyrics.
Wayyy Saucy features singles like the tender “Good Morning,” empowering anthem “Lucy,” and experimental “Bend It,” where Senth adds his touch to the production, the EP offers a mix of emotions. With tracks like “On My Mind” and the personal “Deserve Better,” addressing self-love, Senth shares his journey in a relatable way.
Following his now cult-classic debut EP, Senth Of Her, and hit single “Dagger” Senth has swiftly risen as a formidable force in the global music, and is firmly establishing himself as an artist who defies conventional genre boundaries to push the limits of artistic expression, transcend musical expectations, and expand the boundaries of alté and R&B music.
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