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Dorolando Explores New Genres on Desperado with Sophomore EP, ‘Oasis.’ Lurking

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Roland Paul Ebiwei, popularly known as Dorolando, is a genre-bending afro-fusion singer, producer, and fashion model who came into the music scene like a thief in the night to steal listeners’ hearts with his melodic solos and lyrical hooks blended with a nostalgic feel to soothe. Listeners couldn’t get enough of Dorolando’s last EP ‘Immortal’ which spawned hits tracks such as ‘Odeshi,’ ‘whine slow,’ ‘wavy,’ ‘murderer’ etc.

Now Dorolando is back with another exciting Extended Play of five songs. For the new project, the gifted artist dives deeper into other genres, as he flirts with a mix of different sounds such as Drill, Soul, Rnb, Afrobeat and dancehall, and more.

The artist titled the project, ‘Oasis’ because he describes music as “the best therapy in the desert of life”, about the decision to explore newer genres on the project, he told Starrfm, ”I wanted to explore more of me and create something I could feel, something soothing for the soul in these crazy times but also not to be too serious so it can feel like summer and orgasms. So that’s what Oasis is about.”

Here’s a link to Dorolando’s first Song off the EP, with a stunning visual to match the sound, which he described as an anthem for every young dreamer and hustler to continue to chase their dreams.

Click the link below to stream ‘Desperado ft. BlackoutGH.’

If you love what you heard you can keep tabs on King Doro through his social media handles which are @dorolando on Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok, and YounG King Doro on Facebook.

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