Entertainment Music May D – Call My Name ft. Wande Coal

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May D – Call My Name ft. Wande Coal

Entertainment Music May D – Call My Name ft. Wande Coal


Mr. May D and Wande Coal comes through with a sweet joint dubbed “Call My Name”.

Talented singer/pop vocalist, May D teamed up with Black Diamond vocal pop master – Wande Coal and delivered “Call My Name“. This new record here is the first track on MrMayD’s new music project “May Day” (High With You) The EP.

The new body of work (EP) released on 2020’s May Day (May 1st) consist of 6 tracks all produced by Vstix (Alfred Victor Ayokanmi) except the 6th track (produced by Dante). With 3 special features; Wande Coal, 9ice and Stanley Enow.

“Call My Name” is a complete track with good vibes/melody which sees Wande going back to his Mushin2Mo’Hit days. I promise you would love this…. Listen and Enjoy!

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