G-Worldwide Signs Two New Acts To It’s Record Label

G-Worldwide Signs Two New Acts To It’s Record Label

G-Worldwide Entertainment, has announced two new signings Ajura and Easy Jay, to its record label.

This was made public via a press statement released by the management of the label. Louiza Williams, describing the new bees as “game-changers, made it clear that the management was pleased to sign both Ajura and Easy Jay.

In his words; “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.” 

This comes a month after the record label and its estranged act, Kiss Daniel, had been at loggerheads. The WOJU crooner, had decided to quit the record label and float his personal imprint, Fly Boi Inc.

This did not go well with the managers of the label as there was a series of back and front tussle between both parties. However, Kiss Daniel was successful in court and has since then, graced his teaming fans with hit singles such as 4DaysNo DoSofa and a couple others.

Meet the new bees…..

Daniel Alaba Ojamomi also known as Ajura,  was born in Ondo State, Nigeria, he is the last child of a family of 8. Tragedy struck early when he lost his dad at 3. But he forged on.

His early education was in Kabe College, Ilogbo, where he picked up dancing as an art of expression. He would later become popular as a member of the school football team, picking up the nickname, Ojams 10′.

Oluwashola Raymond Oyekan also known as Easy Jay, was given birth to in Mushin, Lagos State, he is the first child from a family of three.

G-Worldwide Signs Two New Acts To It’s Record Label

At age 12, while in High School, his parents got a divorce and split up the family. That would take a toll on the young man, who went through primary education at Queen Maris International School, before moving to St. Saviours International School.

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