Issa Rae’s HBO hit series Insecure will come to an end after Season 5, she announced on social media.
The critically acclaimed series will soon begin filming Season 5 after it was renewed in May 20202.
Series co-creator Issa Rae said on Twitter that
Very excited to film our fifth and final season! We couldn’t have told a complete story without the tremendous support of our audience and the faith of @HBO. See y’all soon! #InsecureHBOhttps://t.co/3gsoDwSGDR
“Issa has turned insecurity into an iconic form of comedy,” Amy Gravitt, Executive Vice President of HBO Programming said in a statement. “The show is as incisive as it is heartfelt, and it has resonated strongly with its audience because of the deeply personal work that Issa, Prentice, Melina, the cast and the writers have put into it. This talented team has conceived a brilliant final season for Insecure and we look forward to having many more stories to tell with this singular group of collaborators.”
Fans on Twitter reacted expressing sadness at the series’ demise
And then what do you suggest we do with our lives after, huh?
Loudly crying face
Excuse ma’am ??? What do you mean final season ???
Issa ain’t we going thru enough right now
The release date for the final season of Insecure has yet to be announced.
Radio Africa has officially launched award-winning band Sauti Sol’s new single ‘Insecure.
As promised, Classic 105 officially launched their new song, Insecure on Friday May 22nd and fans are loving it as seen in the comment section because the story behind it is relatable to many.
The track oscillates between the perspectives of two lovers, each dealing with their respective insecurities.
Fusing Swahili into the melodic song’s lyrics and bridge, Sauti Sol addresses the anxieties of letting your guard down for the person you love. Rather than a dour outlook and tempo, lines like ‘before we crash and burn, I hope we see the light,’ are celebratory of what can be achieved when two lovers are considerate of each other’s feelings.
The song was inspired by general discussions that the band has in – between studio sessions and shooting.
“We were just chilling and decided to share around the table what insecurities we all had’ Polycarp aka Fancy Fingers said
Speaking on behalf of Sauti Sol, Chimano said that the aim of the song is to encourage people to attack their insecurities.
Everyone is insecure about something in their lives. The song encourages one to consciously attack their insecurities rather than conceal them
Classic 105 launched the song to ensure that we walk together with Sauti Sol on their musical journey so that their fans across the world receive this music from the comfort of their homes now that concerts are on hold.
For now let us enjoy this amazing tune as we wait for the release of their album, The Midnight Train on the 5th of June.
Maina Kageni and his co-host Churchill King’angi have been sharing their insecurities this past week. The duo who have Kenya’s biggest morning show, spoke about the biggest fears they have in their life.
Maina for his part said that his insecurity was financial in nature stating, “One of my insecurities is coming out of Covid-19 with the poverty that everyone is predicting.”
Mwalimu for his part had a hilarious insecurity that involved his wife saying; “Insecurity yangu ile kubwa sana ni mtu akuje aconfuse Mwongeli. Atakuwa amenimaliza kabisa!”
The presenters were speaking about their fears and worries in anticipation of Sauti Sol’s much-heralded 3rd single, “Insecure” from their new album. The song’s release is taking place on May 22nd.
Sauti Sol has partnered with Radio Africa Group on the release of the single in preparation for their 5th album ‘Midnight Train’ launch on June 5.