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Joyce Blessing And Obibini Pen Zylofon Music Deal

Zylofon Music, the record label owned by Zylofon Media has announced the signing of Ghanaian gospel musician Joyce Blessing and rapper Obinini.

The unveiling ceremony for the new signees was held at the company’s premises in East Legon on Wednesday.

The two (2) acts join Kumi Guitar, Becca as well as BET Awards 2017 nominee Stonebwoy on Ghana’s hottest artiste management firm – bringing the number to five (5).

Obinini who is noted for songs like “Odo (Love)”, “Bae”, “Wrong Card” was also featured on Kumi Guitar‘s “Brown Sugar” song.

Joyce Blessing, an award-winning musician and former Media Excel Productions artiste is also noted for “The Lord’s Prayer”, “Agyebum”, “Heavy Price”, “Boot 4 Boot” and many more.
 
Present at the announcement ceremony were Apostle Francis Amoako-Atta of Freedom Chapel and record-label mate Kumi Guitar.
 

The unveiling of these two acts by the record label comes almost a fortnight after Stonebwoy signed to the label.

 

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