EFE Ejeba – and the Afrohiphop scene.

Efe Ejeba, known professionally as Efe, is a Nigerian singer and rapper who has quickly made a name for himself in the Afrohiphop genre. Born and raised in Delta State, Ejeba studied at the University of Jos before pursuing a career in music. He began his music career in 2012 and has since released a number of successful works, including the EPs; Lagos (2016), Am Sorry Am Winning (2018), NONSTOP (2020), Against All Odds (2021), and his latest release, STUBBORN BOY (2022). Efe’s music is inspired by his life experiences and the struggles he has faced growing up in Nigeria. His lyrics are honest and heartfelt, and his smooth, soulful voice has earned him a dedicated following of fans. Some of his notable singles include “Based on Logistics” (2017), “Somebody” (2017), “Mercy” (2017), “I Love You” (2017), “6 Packs” (2019), “Faraway” (2019), “Scammer” (2019), “Your Body” (2020), and his latest single, “NO GO DO AGAIN” (2022). Ejeba has been recognized for his talent, winning the award for Best Rapper at the 2013 Jos Bring It On Talent Show, and the Artist of the Year award at the 2020 Maryland Awards. In addition to his music career, Ejeba is also an active philanthropist and advocate for social justice. He uses his platform to raise awareness about important issues facing Nigeria and the world, and works to promote positive change through his art. With his unique blend of talent, passion, and dedication, Ejeba is poised to continue making a mark on the music world for years to come. Click the below link to listen to Efe’s playlist
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6 Things every Upcoming Artist should(must) know

6 Things Every Upcoming Artist Should(must) know You aspire to move from the status of an upcoming artist to a “blown” artist, you practice a lot, you watch tutorial videos, and you study other people’s arts…but you don’t seem to be making any progress. You work so hard on a project but you don’t see the results you were hoping for and then you begin to reason, “perhaps I’m wasting my time”. There are some reasons why things are this way. You could simply be doing things wrong. So, what things should you do better as an upcoming artist? HOW GOOD IS YOUR CRAFT?: Music is a career that requires you to have some basic skills, such as singing and songwriting. Before you follow a music career, do you have these skills, even though these days, people employ the services of ghostwriters, can you afford one? Sharpen your skills before you choose a career in music and let people enjoy your songs. BE ORIGINAL AND CREATIVE: As an artist, you have to be creative in the project and songs you release. Can you be authentic enough to record a song without copying another artist’s method? You have to be original, let your inspiration come from within, and be different. People get tired of hearing the same thing over and over again, so you ask yourself, how can I be different? SELF-BELIEF: As an artist, people will always criticize your work and put it under a lot of scrutinies, do you have enough confidence and courage in your craft to receive such corrections You have to be courageous in your music, be prepared to defend your songs, and protect wherever you find yourself. PUSH YOURSELF TO BECOME NOTICEABLE: Promotion is an underrated thing in the music industry today. You cannot be noticed by any “big” music labels if you’re not ready to spend every last dime promoting your music. Make considerable amounts of effort in promoting your music personally on your social media pages, YouTube and music platforms. KNOW YOUR PLACE: The popular phrase, “Pride goes before a fall”, should be handled with more seriousness as an upcoming artist. You’re an upcoming artist, not a “blown” artist, therefore behave as such. Don’t act rich when you’re broke. Use every opportunity to showcase yourself and your craft. ENGAGE PEOPLE ON YOUR PAGE: Fans and well-wishers will come to your page to praise your work and tag you on their stories, make sure you engage these people, they’ll form the strong fanbase you will later rely on in the future. Make sure to build your fanbase right from this scratch, reply to people, and be active on your social media platforms. Calm yourself down, believe in your craft, and be ready to spend on promotions. Even the big artists still pay influencers and do promotions. Artists should know their craft, understand their style, and believe in it. Be a studio rat, be ready to take corrections and criticisms, and encourage yourself. The sky will be your starting point.
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IMJA LIFESTYLE – We Are Now Live!!

IMJA LIFESTYLE Hello Guys, My name is Akande Precious Adeola, and I am the founder and CEO of Imja Lifestyle.   At IMJA lifestyle, we connect and promote artists’ and entertainers’ content to foster originality and creativity. Our primary objective is to promote and distribute music across all digital platforms using a dependable and excellent delivery mechanism.   Or website is now live and we can’t wait to finally unveil all the plans we have for you as an artist and a creative.   Let us take your career to the next level.    
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