Celebrating Black History Month, on February 22nd TolumiDE performs LIVE with full band for album launch concert at Intersections Festival hosted by Atlas in Washington, DC. ” I had an amazing time performing at Atlas with the band and sharing the Mama Sunshine T-shirts I designed which are currently available at TolumiDEmusic.com/shop ” – TolumiDE
First Listen: TolumiDE celebrates Summer Love with “Your Arms” https://www.soultracks.com/first-listen-tolumide-arms
(August 30, 2019) Toronto-born and Lagos, Nigeria-raised singer TolumiDE (pronounced toe-lu-mee-day) moved back to Canada at the age of 18 and became immersed in all forms of the creative arts while studying Fine Art at York University and singing with an all female reggae band.Continue reading “PRESS: TolumiDE feature on SoulTracks.com”
TolumiDE featured on WMATA – Washington Metropolitan Area Transit @metroforward Be Vigilant Campaign. You may catch Mama Sunshine music on metro train or bus in the DMV area. Remember Let’s keep each other safe. If you see something such as unattended bag say something. Use iamVigilant hastag and stay vigilant when riding on the Bus and Metro Train in Washington, DC, Virginia, Maryland DMV regions.
An amazing time performing as open act for Les Nubian in Sisterhood in music concert for their 20years in the music industry celebration tour!
TolumiDE brings warmth to World Kindness Day with “Mama Sunshine”.
Unveiled in TolumiDE “Mama Sunshine” album is a well rounded cultural experience as TolumiDE sings in English and native language Yoruba, and collaborates with major African talents -Toby Foyeh (Nigeria), who co-wrote Mama Sunshine and Ikoyi Ikeja and Jaja Basheghezi (Congo) who worked with TolumiDE to Producer the music. Listeners journey through themes of encouragement, self-assurance, survival, nostalgia and love in an extended acoustic version of Your Arms produced with Grammy nominated James McKinney. Your Arms (Fun Mi Layo), the album’s first single, is continuing to make waves on various playlists and was followed up with a music video for an Afro-soul dance version of the song set in Nassau, Bahamas providing the perfect backdrop to display happy love and the alluring lyrics of the hook “Fun Mi Layo,” which translates to “You give me joy.” TolumiDE says “the songs featured share hopes and realities of living as a women and an African in diaspora”. She shares “Mama Sunshine as an appetizer placed in an intimate setting to get taste buds ready for the main course coming soon in ‘Suya Soul’ music album.
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Some artists craft their musical concoction with research, and study – others play the tune that’s rolling through their heads. Our latest feature however, Mrs. TolumiDE, has gathered her influence by immersing herself in it, traveling the globe to gather the ingredients in her unique Suya Soul sound, a contemporary fusion of Soul, Indie-pop, and African music.Continue reading “PRESS: TolumiDE feature at PensEyeView.com”
Warm Gratitude to all Indiegogo Supporters who pre-ordered “Mama Sunshine”. The digital album artwork designed by TolumiDE lists all Beautiful Supporters. SPECIAL THANKS TO YOU ALL!Continue reading “Mama Sunshine Album Design and Special Thanks to all Pre-order Supporters”