Kiss Daniel’s former label, G-Worldwide soars!

Kiss Daniel’s former label, G-Worldwide soars!

By Rotimi Agbana

Following Kiss Daniel’s unexpected exit from his former label, G-Worldwide Entertainment, the management of the label has announced two new signings,  Ajura  and  Easy Jay, introducing them to the Nigerian music space as the newest, hottest music bloods in the music market.

Speaking on the latest development, G-Worldwide Entertainment Head of Artist Management,  Louiza  Williams,  expressed optimism that both artistes will surpass the musical achievements of Wizkid, Davido and other A’list artistes.

Kiss Daniel

“We are thrilled to welcome  Ajura  and Easy Jay  to the G-Worldwide  family. They have all it takes to develop and become  superstars in the African music  scene, and  will be  game-changers in dominating and bringing African music to the world. We are extremely excited to  have them  as a part of the team  and are eager for the journey ahead.”

Taking an unconventional route to becoming a musician  by starting out as a dancer, Ajura, born Daniel Alaba Ojamomi, who lost his dream of becoming a professional footballer after losing his dad at the tender age of three to the cold hands of death, says his musical influences include  Asa,  D’banj,  Wande  Coal,  Sugarboy,  Burna  Boy, Kiss Daniel,  Beyonce, Akon,  Chris Brown,  and R. Kelly.

According to Ajura, music is a tool and agent of change, both physically and mentally, which is why he intends to use his music to speak for the deaf and dumb.

“I want to use my music to speak for the dumb, my lifestyle to influence the deaf and my sound  to open the inner eyes (minds) of the blind”, he said.

Born and bred in the ghettoes of Mushin, Easy Jay, christened Oluwashola  Raymond  Oyekan, who unfortunately  watched his parents go through divorce as a kid but didn’t stop charting a path for himself, hopes that in a few years from now, he would inspire young talents to dream big like himself.”

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