Wayne Snow — Figurine: The Nigerian neo-soul Superstar.

The thing with Wayne Snow is that he totally defies the meaning of his name. There is nothing cold about the Nigerian-born neo-soul artist, in fact, the Berlin-based artist ensures that he brings the light with everything he touches, and his new album ‘Figurine’ showcases exactly this.

Four years in the making, ‘Figurine’ is a conceptual, personal body of work that…

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