Another Heartfelt Love Song from UK/Nigerian Contemporary and Sensational Afropop Artiste ‘Darlington’, titled “Love You (Titi Lai Lai)” which translates ‘Love You Forever’ in Yoruba language.
The song is inspired by true love that stood the test of time. The catchy melody song is a fusion of R’n’B, Pop & Afropop/Afrobeats. The perfect wedding song, anniversaries, engagement, birthdays, also best fit for chill vibe playlists & perfect moods.
Release date: 7th July 2023
Darlington London based Singer-songwriter is back with a sexy and catchy new track titled “Chop”. The afropop banger comes with a smooth blend of rnb and raggaeton, celebrating a high vibe of love, romance and attraction. Channelling a bit a 90s Michael Jackson and Bobby brown energy as well as some Chris brown, Kanye and Usher, a perfect fit for every summer Playlists.
Release date: 9th September 2022
Darlington London based Pop-R&B singer-songwriter returns with a brand new, cool & sexy track – ‘Do Me’. Channeling the tight, smooth production-echoes of ’90s era Michael / Janet Jackson, Prince & Bobby Brown.
Release date: 18th March 2022
Darlington is back again with a summer Pop banger infused with a very catchy melodic Amapiano and Afropop vibe. The song titled “Make We Dey Go” contains passionate heartfelt lyrics about love, affection and desire.
Amapiano is a hybrid of Deep House, Jazz and Lounge Music characterized by synths, airy pads and wide and percussive basslines.
Release date: 9th July 2021
‘Darlington brings listeners a brand new love song, infused with RnB sounds as well as his smooth vocals, The track combines chilled beats with catchy vocals and heartfelt lyrics, just in time for Valentine’s Day playlists and the season of love…
Release date: 26th February 2021
“If you believe in yourself, anything is possible!”
‘Turn It Up’, Darlington continues with his personal story of perseverance and self-empowerment, Darlington believes that each individual has the power to propel themselves to greatness if they just believe in themselves and that is the key narrative of Darlington’s new release.