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Yung Bos, Afroboy in Hong Kong star, Sidtrus’ Believe It

By Silver Nwokoro
13 November 2022   |   3:16 am
The growing popularity of Nigerian music, no doubt, is rubbing off on the artistes, as many are getting regular gigs and opportunity to collaborate with international figures.

The growing popularity of Nigerian music, no doubt, is rubbing off on the artistes, as many are getting regular gigs and opportunity to collaborate with international figures.

Two rising stars in the Nigerian entertainment industry, Yung Bos and Sultan, aka Afroboy, have now joined the growing list of homegrown talents working with international stars.

The Jamika Entertainment music stars have been featured in the three-track album of a major Hong Kong music star, Sidtrus.

Sidtrus, who is one of Asia’s top DJs and entertainment crooners, collaborated with the award winning youngsters, to put out an EP that reflects and connects the invigorating rhythm of Afrobeats and Afropop and the energy of EDM.

According to the C.E.O of Jamika Entertainment, Mr. Jerry Ihensekhien, the album titled, Believe It, is a musical project that would bring the best of Asia and Africa together so as to give the world something unique and take it by storm.

He also said this is the first step of many opportunities for his artistes to become major players in the music industry, not just in Nigeria but the world at large.