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Uncle Waffles goes n@ked for album cover

Uncle Waffles shares the art cover of her new album, Solace. The Swazi-born DJ whose real name is Lungelihle Zwane, announced the second part of her Asylum album which is titled An Asylum of Solace.

She shared the tracklist which has 7 songs and the cover of the album. Waffles stood unclad on the cover of the album with her hair and hand covering her private parts. The art cover garnered various reactions.

“The Nudity on the internet today is crazy,” a comment reads.

Uncle Waffles

However, a majority of her followers applauded the design and the project, believing she is delivering hits upon hits. Speaking about the album which is dropping soon, Uncle Waffles wrote:

An Asylum of Solace, my part b of my double-sided project is dropping on the 11th of August 🥺 I hope you guys love it the way I do ❤️

We’ve come to part 2 of my double sided project. An Asylum of Solace. This project is a curated musical version of my journey, feelings that can only be shared through music , coming into almost 2 years since my life completely changed. The first part of this project, Asylum was a representation of of the chaos in my mind trying to grasp, learn and run within this. How I’d feel like I was drowning some days but had to soldier on , the reality of going head first into such a beautiful industry. The reality of the feelings that would make me feel like I was in an asylum, now we have part 2. Solace.

Uncle Waffles

Solace is a representation of the grace that followed me and gave me so much peace and happiness, a mirror into how beautiful this journey continues to be, the blessings within this journey. It represents an Unexplainable feeling of gratitude that this journey chose me. With a few samples, also shows how I’ve been musically inspired over the years, and how it can all still tie in together.

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