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Following her sold out debut show, the sensual Tamera has graced fans with her debut project 'Afrodite'. 

The 5-track project, a culmination of 8 years of grafting, spotlights the singer's African and Greek heritage amongst silky riffs and intimate songwriting. Lead single 'Wickedest' is a warm embrace of feminine energy infused with a West African influence that resonates through rhythmic production, one that leans towards acoustic elements. Alternatively, tracks like 'Strong For Me' wander through sentiments of vulnerability and self-preservation. 

Produced entirely by P2J, whom has notably collaborated with Wizkid and Snoh Aalegra, the EP holds a streamlined quality, one that aligns itself with the best of contemporary RnB. 

Tamera had this to say about 'Afrodite': 

"'Afrodite' stems from the word "Aphrodite", who is the Goddess of love, beauty, pleasure and passion in Greek mythology. It's such a fitting title as my project was born from passion, love, goddess energy but it's also a subtle nod to my Greek heritage. I used 'Afrodite' because I'm also an African woman and the predominant sonics of the project are heavily influenced by African culture. The mix of the two create a perfect blend of passion, vulnerability, fearlessness, sass, brutal honesty and vim." 

Accompanying the EP release, is the visual for recent single 'Good Love' directed by Helena Coen. 

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