Ad

Afrobeats Artist Yemi Alade Addresses infidelity rumors in highly anticipated video for ‘Begging’ OUT NOW on Effyzzie Music Group.

The headline reads ‘Yemi Alade’s Fiancé Gets Side-Chick Pregnant’! Scrolling through her social media in new music video ‘Begging’, Yemi discovers the love of her has been a little less than faithful. She sings, “It’s not by force to fall in love again, I cannot stand the rain, I cannot take the pain.”

Ad - In

Produced by Chech da producer ( Anikwenze Echezona valentine ), ‘Begging’ hones in on Yemi’s melodic vocals over a highlife infused afrobeats track offering a soothing agent for the hearts of the betrayed.


No stranger to media headlines about her relationship, Yemi offers her thoughts on the complexities of love.

“Love has different meanings to different people, but it seems alot of people have more talk and less action. Love is an action word, so it’s important to find a love that gives in return as much as it takes. If you find love that isn’t meant for you, I’m begging you to do what’s best for you and find a love that you deserve and desire,” says Yemi.



More About Yemi Alade


In July 2019, Yemi Alade was featured on “Don’t Jealous Me”, a track from Beyoncé’s compilation album The Lion King: The Gift. She appeared on the track alongside Mr Eazi and Tekno. Rolling Stone magazine revealed that Yemi Alade also recorded a verse for an earlier version of “My Power”.

With four albums, one EP and hits such as ‘Johnny’, ‘Ferrari’, ‘Na Gode’ and ‘Bum Bum’ under her belt, As one of the first females in the genre to hit over 100 million views on YouTube and over 1 million dedicated subscribers, Yemi Alade is the No 1 afropop female artist on the African continent.

Beyond the studio, Yemi continues to make an impact in the entertainment world, donning titles such as composer, actress, and producer.

She is a BET Awards 2015 and 2016 nominee for Best International Act Africa, a two-times nominee MOBO Awards for Best International Act 2014 and 2015, Winner MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMAs) for Best Female 2015 and 2016.

Ad - Matched Content
Previous articleBeres Hammond’s Solid Love Tour Coming To A City Near You
Next articleProducers Win Big With Street Hours Riddim