Eva Alordiah has held an album listening session for her newly released “1960” album.
The singer released her debut studio album on August 13, 2016, and has been celebrating its release. The album contains 13 songs, with collaborations from Olamide, Sarkodie, Yemi Alade, Reminisce and Sir Dauda.
The project contains hit singles ‘War coming’, and ‘Deaf’, as well as an infusion of new tracks, drawn from multiple genres.
The album listening which held at the Fuze Sports Bar & Lounge, Victoria Island, Lagos, was attended by a selected number of fans, friends, the media and others.
Eva took fans on a personalized listening session of the album, and sampled live opinions about the quality of the music. She danced, engaged her guests and left everyone entertained by the music, while offering back-stories about the creation of the project, its highs, lows, and everything in between.
Pulse had earlier reviewed “1960”, scoring it as a 4/5 project of quality, with the conclusion: As stunning as "1960" is, there are times where you’ll inevitably question what you, the listener, is deriving from it - Empathy? Release? Happiness? Yet this is not an album for the rest of us; it’s a carefully thought out reaction to a wild, dark and creative mind that most people will either love or hate to the extreme. It enters the realm of creative selflessness, where Eva has to share. Just as a drum must be beaten to be of any use to the ears, that's how Eva's personal world must be made into music for we all to listen, process and ultimately appreciate.