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J. Jeff

23 Apr
After thriving with his first impressive single, I Will Praise His Name, featuring gospel sensation, Carol Cee, fast rising Nigerian born and Japan-based gospel hip-hop act, J. Jeff, who is the Visioneer of Vision of Christ Entertainment (VCE), has stepped out with a new joint record dubbed, I’m Blessed.
2 Jan
No doubts, the events happening around may have finally pushed out the long awaited hip-hop gospel album, I Am Moving On, by J. Jeff.

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