Tunde Olaniran’s “I’m Here” Is A Shoutout To Self-Love & Nomadic Life


Photo: Jordyn Belli

R&B/Pop artist Tunde Olaniran celebrates self-worth and being a nomadic spirit in his new single “I’m Here.” It’s an eccentric tune where the arrhythmic chemistry creates a buoyant and upbeat hook that is hard to not get trapped. Tunde’s smooth and breakneck vocals amplify the exhilarating intensity of the track, making it a sweet funky piece:

Largely inspired by touring and his own self-reflection, “I’m Here” is a taste of Tunde’s upcoming sophomore album Stranger, which will be out on October 5th. Known also for being a choreographer, author, and activist, Tunde is a multi-talented artist who has worked with other artists including Flint Eastwood (“Push”) and Mona Haydar (“Hijabi,” which he produced and directed the viral video for it). Tunde will be touring across Michigan this summer, so see him in person:

7/12 – GRAM on the Green (Grand Rapids, MI, USA)

7/14 – Jackson Unity Festival (Jackson, MI, USA)

7/15 – Concert of Colors (Detroit, MI, USA)

7/22 – Summer at the MOCAD Homestead (Detroit, MI, USA)

9/15 – Middle Waves Music Festival (Fort Wayne, IN, USA)