By Ayo Onikoyi

After the dark night comes sunshine that gives hope and a better life. This statement aptly describes how fast-rising singer and songwriter, Dauda Suleiman, popularly known as Hi-Speed is feeling at the moment with the release of his much-talked about EP, entitled ‘Everything Good’.

After he lost his brother and singing partner to the cold hands of death about two years ago, Hi-Speed’s music career experienced a lull that silenced him for a while but the singer said the sober moment was necessary to mourn his good brother and friend.

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In the grieving moment, he was silently working and paying close attention to his craft and telling his team to get everything ready for the release of his EP. Living true to his promise, Hi-Speed, on May 20th dropped his latest body of work to the delight of his fans as they welcomed the new project with open arms and positive reviews.

Describing the “Everything Good” EP as a music project that signals the birth of a new beginning for his career after the troubled times, Hi-Speed expressed his joy, saying this is the moment he has been waiting for and he could not wait to share the the good vibes with his loyal fans.

The EP according to the singer is a reflection of how he feels at the moment and the good life he wants his fans to have and feel from the songs on the EP.

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“This new work means a lot to me. I went through some sad times when I lost my brother and partner two years back but the best has to come out of the rest one has, and that is why I have put up this EP to tell my fans that everything is good now and I more excited that they are already showing me love, and they should expect more good music from Hi-speed” he said.

It has been two years since fast-rising singer and songwriter, Dauda Suleiman, otherwise known as Hi-speed lost his music partner to the cold hands of death, but his music career has continued to thrive.

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