Glenn Mena delays collaboration with Jimoh Waxiu, to release one with Dremo ‘Pull Up’ April 1st
The singer has said his collaboration with Jimoh Waxiu ‘Mind Your Business’ will be delayed until late 2019 or early 2020. During a Twitter Question and Answer with fans, Mena broke the news. “When do we expect a collaboration with Jimoh Waxiu,” asked one fan, to which Glenn Mena responded, “Sometime this year, or early next year”.
He was a bit specific about the release date when the question was posed for the second time by another fan. “When exactly?” asked the fan to which Mena replied, “Really soon, we already have a song together, maybe in December this year or early January 2020.”
According to Mena, it looks like the much anticipated single will now arrive either in December this year or in January 2020. Although both parties are involved in the decision making as to when the song will be released as we heard, it was originally announced that the song would drop in late January.
There had been hints at the song’s delay. “We’ve both been working on other projects,” Jimoh Waxiu told Vanguard in January. Meanwhile, Glenn Mena is planning to drop his Dremo collaboration “Pull Up” on the 1st of April which is next week. Although he’s likely to reunite with Siviwe Smash to perform their collaboration “Come Round” at a inhouse show in Durban, South Africa later next month.