Lady Donli is a singer from Nigeria—via the UK—whose 2016 EP Wallflower stuck with me longer than I'd expected. There were no breakout records on it; it felt like an EP of album tracks, but good ones—the songs you don't skip between the hits. There's something about her sound, which has a bohemian, poetic flavor, that nonetheless feels like something which could really find a broad audience with the right exposure. "Ice Cream," her latest, is her best to date, an obvious conceit with terrific execution, full of little musical easter-egg details that pop out like magic eye illustrations. As of this writing, it only has 5,000 streams on SoundCloud, but that it doesn't feel like I'm going out on a ledge for it speaks to the song's quality. It's early, but Lady Donli is onto something.