Adanna Duru drops The Way as part of her new EP NAPPY HOUR II; it is a heartfelt ode to embracing one’s true self, wrapped in the comforting strums of an acoustic guitar. Duru, with her rich Nigerian-American heritage, shares a piece of her soul, making The Way a personal letter to anyone struggling to find their place in the world.
Listeners might find themselves captivated by Adanna Duru’s voice, which manages to be both soothing and powerful, a rare combination that speaks volumes about her talent. The guitar in the background keeps things light and engaging, ensuring the message of self-love and acceptance isn’t lost in the complexity of the music. Duru’s lyrics are a candid reflection of her journey, filled with the ups and downs of life, making The Way resonate on a deeply personal level.
The Way has a charm about it as well as offering a glimpse into her world with honesty and vulnerability. From the excitement of new love to the shadows of self-doubt, Adanna Duru navigates through emotions with a grace that’s both relatable and inspiring.