South Sudanese singer Akon Makeer’s known for her viral 2012 patriotic song, “Star Flag I Love You, My Country I Love You,” is allegedly back in studio working on her new music album.

According to sources close to Akon, the singer album is expected to be released early next year.

The album dubbed “I can’t believe my eye” will be her first album.

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 sigs in her native language of Dinka and in English. Akon is a war child, born in South Sudan, a few years after the first civil war in South Sudan that ended in1972, and grew up in the second civil war that started in 1983 and lasted for 22 years. Akon’s songs are mainly about her experiences during the war, of sufferings and loss of many lives, of hopes and dreams that remain to be realized. Akon is a Christian who loves her people very much and is trying to convey a message of hope, perseverance, and determination to carry on despite all challenges South Sudanese have faced and continue to face in their new country of South Sudan and around the globe wherever they reside. Akon is a Sudanese Canadian, and  she can support the orphanage and the poor people in South Sudan.if she could because of her love for the people,

This deep cut has all the makings of a meme—green screen scenes, stationary camera shots, prom gowns and a cute kid. But in all seriousness, when you listen to the song in full, Makeer tells the story of what her people had to endure to receive their beloved flag—their independence. Can’t be mad at that.