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“I Felt Disconnected From My Own Identity” – Simi 

Nigerian singer Simisola Kosoko, better known as Simi, has revealed her struggles with imposter syndrome.

The mother of one said that while she’d always had a deep understanding of herself, she’d recently struggled with the discomfort of losing her sense of self.

She explained that she felt like a stranger to herself.”

The singer said making her upcoming album ‘Lost And Found’ helped her rediscover herself.

Simi wrote on her page on X formerly Twitter Tuesday; “For most of my life, I have enjoyed the privilege of knowing myself deeply, unwaveringly, truly. In more recent years, I have also endured the discomfort of losing myself. Sometimes, to make room for something else that I needed to be – other times, because I could not, for the life of me, find my way. I felt like a stranger to myself. This version of me has been the hardest one to look at in the mirror.

“Making this album is a symbol of finding parts of myself again that I hoped I hadn’t lost permanently. I don’t believe that we ever stop finding ourselves. If you’re willing to look, there’s always more. This is a tribute to the things we continue to find and rediscover.”

She added that the album is about her reclaiming her “chemistry with music, melody and love stories.”

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