In Memory of Forgetting is the sophomore album of Nigerian journalist, poet and filmmaker, Wana Udobang. The 11-track project supercedes Miss Wana's debut album "Dirty Laundry' released in 2013. The "In Memory of Forgetting" album delves into a lot of the pains experienced by women, from issues relating to physiology, molestation, violence, relationships, marriage, and growing up.

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"It is a work that drags attention to the need for society to embark on a determined journey towards introspection and realization. It is a beautiful work of social consciousness spearheaded by determined feminism." ...

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Play Length:

32:16

Producer(s):

Echo, Femi Leye

Format:

Digital Download, Standard CD

Tracklist:


1. Showgirl
2. Untitiled
3. Dear Father
4. Catfish
5. Dorathy (feat. Cat Mayel)
6. For Didi
7. Open Letter (feat. Titilope)
8. 20
9. The Banquet
10. This Is Not a Feminist Poem
11. Stillbirth

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