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There’s ‘juju’ in the industry; I’ve been ill since my song started getting attention- AK Songstress reveals

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Dancehall musician, AK Songstress has revealed how recent happenings in her life have confirmed her belief in “juju” in the industry.

AK, who arrived in the country yesterday after successfully promoting her new project “Jonathan” told Graphic Showbiz that although she’s heard about musicians using “juju” on each other in the industry, it wasn’t until it happened to her that she believed it.

“I recall hearing these kinds of stories but my team and I did not take it seriously. We figured it was just one of the many stories we hear but with the little I have seen, it is very true. People are doing things, taking people to places. I was fighting sex for collaborations not knowing that there was a bigger fight,” she said in the interview.

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The “Jonathan” hitmaker also revealed that she has had bouts and bouts of illness since her song starting catching attention on social media.

“l have not been well since this song got the attention it is getting. It has a lot of views on social media platforms; when you go on Tik Tok we have about 20 million views, the number of people who are using it for their skits is just encouraging and just when I am getting there, it’s one illness to the other and it is not normal, she revealed.

“I know you will ask me why I think it is spiritual but I would rather keep that to myself. I would rather keep where I went, who said what etc to myself but one thing I know for sure is that there is juju in the system,” she added.

AK Songstress also revealed that she left the country because of the attacks.

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“I am currently out of the country because as they say, out of sight is out of mind so I’m working on getting back on my feet.”

“As I’m talking to you, I passed out a few days ago. I just don’t understand. Don’t we have enough issues to tackle already? Why all these? I put in a lot of work to get my songs out there. It is these same people who will ask you why you do not have a hit song etc and when you get it too, they attack you,” she stated.

When Graphic Showbiz asked her whether there wasn’t a medical explanation for whatever she was experiencing, she said no.

“I haven’t been to the hospital but I know for sure it is not medical, the passing out episodes are not ones that last long. I regain consciousness within a short time,” she added.

She however, added that she’s gotten better;
“I am doing well and getting better; my management is also working around the clock to make sure I get better. We are fighting back. Honestly, I agreed to this interview because it is Graphic Showbiz and your firm has been very instrumental in my growth and journey.”

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Tems, Ayra Starr have achieved more than Fela, Wizkid, Burna – Odumodublvck

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Nigerian Rapper, Tochukwu Gbubemi Ojogwu known in the music circles as Odumodublvck has asserted that Tems and Ayra starr have achieved more in the music industry than legendary Afrobeat pioneer Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and Afrobeats icons  Wizkid and Burna Boy. (more…)

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I want to be a legend like Michael Jackson – Camidoh

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Ghanaian Afrobeats singer and song writer, Raphael Atatsi Camidoh, better known as Camidoh has expressed his aspiration to create music that resonates with his fans, much like the late iconic American musician, Michael Jackson. (more…)

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Josephine Arthur releases fourth self-produced album dubbed “His Mercy

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Josephine Arthur, a spirit-filled gospel artist, music teacher, and instrumentalist based in the USA, has released her fourth album titled “His Mercy.”

With a rich background in music education and a deep passion for spiritual expression, Josephine has established herself as a significant figure in the gospel music scene. Her career highlights her dedication to spreading messages of faith and inspiration through her music, profoundly impacting listeners worldwide.

“His Mercy” is a reflection of Josephine Arthur’s deeply rooted faith and spiritual journey, encapsulated in her latest studio album. Produced entirely by Josephine, the album is a testament to her musical prowess and artistic vision. Each track is intricately crafted with poignant lyrics, soul-stirring melodies, and heartfelt vocals, creating an immersive listening experience that resonates with the soul.

Combining contemporary gospel elements with soulful instrumentation, “His Mercy” showcases Josephine’s versatile musicality and profound lyrical depth. The album explores themes of grace, redemption, and divine love, offering solace and encouragement to listeners on their spiritual journeys. Josephine’s distinctive voice and expertly played instruments infuse each song with authenticity and emotional resonance.

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Josephine Arthur’s upcoming visit to Ghana on July 4, 2024, holds special significance as she returns to her roots to share “His Mercy” with her homeland. This tour not only celebrates her latest album but also represents a homecoming, reconnecting with her Ghanaian audience through the universal language of gospel music. Her performance promises to unite communities in worship and celebration, fostering a sense of unity and spiritual renewal.

“His Mercy” is more than just an album; it’s a testament to Josephine’s unwavering faith and musical artistry. As she prepares for her journey to Ghana, she invites audiences to join her in a transformative musical experience that uplifts the spirit and inspires hearts. Through her music, Josephine continues to spread the message of hope and love, leaving a lasting impression on all who hear her songs.

The album is available now on all streaming platforms.
https://josephinearthur.hearnow.com/his-mercy-album-2024/

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Davido sues baby mama Sophia Momodu for custody of daughter Imade

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Nigerian music star David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has taken legal action against his first baby mama Sophia Momodu at the Lagos State High Court, seeking joint custody of their daughter, Aurora Imade Adeleke. (more…)

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Grammys will lose its value if brought to Africa – King Paluta

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Reigning Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMA) New Artiste of the Year, King Paluta believes that bringing the Grammys to Africa would diminish the value of the prestigious award scheme. (more…)

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Hollywood made me realise i was a commodity – Genevieve Nnaji

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At the 2024 AfriCaribbean Trade and Investment Forum/Afreximbank Annual Meeting, Nigerian actress Genevieve Nnaji shared insights from her Hollywood experience following the success of her 2018 film “LionHeart,” acquired by Netflix. (more…)

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