Ijekimora, grew up in Dallas but hails from Nigeria. She often shuffles between Nigeria and Ghana; she says Ghana is like a second home to her so she frequents Ghana grounds to do her promotions each time she drops a new song.
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AfriMass, a thought leadership and knowledge sharing platform,hosts the 4th edition of its annual ideas trade summit on 28thOctober, 2022 at the Multi choice-DSTV lounge, Abelenkpe. This year’s theme “SHIFT IN MEDIA CONSUMPTION…
Mrs. Deborah Borketey-Tackie, founder of the renowned Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) –DUSAF, in collaboration with CEO of Vendajules Slay World, Mrs. Mary Ada Atayobor made a donation…
"Neva Bow Down" has been submitted for your consideration for the "Best Global Music Performance" and "Best Song for Social Change" categories for the 65th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
As explained by the awards scheme, the ceremony seeks to recognize and celebrate 40 emerging leaders under the age of 40 who demonstrate or impact personally and/ or professionally through their exceptional leadership.
According to the Rocky, “the video is a picturesque narrative of the rising voice of the youth trying to understand and articulate their need for systemic change and inclusion. It is a thoughtful and beautifully shot visual feast of a hypothetical confrontation of an awakened people and the broken systems that seek to impede them.”
"Gbede" is a Hiphop inspired cut run by both artistes with a fusion of a drill beat yet maintaining their African roots with the inclusion of their mother dialect, Ewe, with a blend of English and pidgin.