Nigerians react to the remix of 'Lonely At The Top' by Asake and H.E.R
Following an official confirmation of the remix of Lonely At The Top by Asake, which features the five-time Grammy award-winning singer H.E.R, Nigerians have taken to social media to react to the project's release.
In an official announcement by Grammy Award-winning singer and performer H.E.R., it was confirmed that she would be the artist featured on the remix of Asake's hit song Lonely At The Top off his 2023 album Work Of Art.
The song released earlier today, Wednesday, November 15, 2023, has garnered reactions on social media following the new approach adopted by the YBNL singer regarding the release of the song and the artist he worked with on the song.
The collaboration was a huge announcement that came right after Asake was confirmed to have received his first Grammy Award nomination, and fans were excited about what was to come, taking into consideration the contrast in the two artists' styles of music.
Here are the reactions of fans below:
Asake's remixed his almost hit song "Lonely at the Top" with 5x Grammy winner, H.E.R.— drey (@d_re_y) November 15, 2023
I hope the remix gets him his first plaque. Heard he doesn't even have one song above 60 million Spotify streams yet 🤌 pic.twitter.com/bz3zRkpmYS
H.E.R’s verse on Lonely At The Top remix is too smooth and exceptional. Her voice is heavenly and I love the synergy between her and Asake. Asake chose the perfect artiste for the song. She makes the song sounds more beautiful and perfect.— OLAMIDE 🌸💖 (@Olamide0fficial) November 15, 2023
Asake released "lonely at the top" remix ft. H.E.R unaware like a thief in the night. pic.twitter.com/Dn9g7HCyAQ— 𝐄𝐍𝐗𝐂𝐇 (@EN0CX) November 15, 2023
Grammy Nominated Asake just dropped a Surprise Remix for Lonely at the Top😳🔥 pic.twitter.com/Pr3wYEpjuN— Tuchel of Calabar ⭐⭐🇳🇱🇳🇬 (@Officially_Kriz) November 15, 2023
Asake's "Lonely At The Top" never needed a remix, the song was already good & featuring H.E.R. ru!ned it; The 2nd verse from the original song was arguably the best part but it was removed. This was the only song off the album where Asake poured out his emotions, now it's a cash…— Daniel Regha (@DanielRegha) November 15, 2023