EFYA’s NEW ALBUM – JANESIS- HITS Friday, April. 22nd
(April 21, 2016 – New York, NY) Hold your Fire– for one of the most anticipated new albums to come out of Africa.
One Nation Entertainment, award winning Ghanaian, vocalist, songwriter and actress set to captivate and delight music lovers with “Heartbeat,” first new single –written by Efya and EL – is already available globally on iTunes since April. 2nd. “Heartbeat” is a gift when you pre-order “Janesis,” on iTunes.
Efya accolades include Ghana Music Award- Best Female Vocalist, winning back-to-back in this category over a 4 year time span. World Music Awards nominee in 5 different categories (2014). The world is taking notice of Efya, she’s 2016 National Music of Ghanaian Origin Award recipient.
Efya’s debut album, is scheduled to release in the physical and digital marketplace on Friday, April 22nd. Efya has captured the versatile sounds of Africa in Janesis with her sultry voice, effortlessly over Afrobeats. This album has musical elements of R&B, Hip-hop, Neo-soul, Afropop, and Ragga. These elements are cleverly paired with rhythmic percussion playing along with strings. Vocals are harmonizing in the Ghanaian dialect Twi (an Akan language). On Efya’s LP there are 21 tracks. Janesis won’t disappoint no matter your mood- there is something- for everyone.
In addition to EL, other producers on Efya’s debut album include Legendury Beats, Bisa Kdei who also co-wrote “One of Your Own,” MA, Killbeats, along with other producers. Janesis is passionately orchestrated and taps into the egos of Efya leaving you mesmerized. With songs that are intoxicating such as “Decepticon,” the track plays on seductive and exotic chants over rhythms in Twi.
Efya’s debut album has collaborations with the most notable artist in Africa, Sarkodie, Mugeez, EL, Ice Prince, and Stonebwoy. She has also shared the same stage with international acts such as Chris Brown and others. One of the most recognizable female artist in Africa with memorable single hits such as “Little Things,” “Best In Me,” “Forgetting Me,” “Life,” “Gingam Too Much,” and “Jorley.” Efya is on the path to engage the world. She’s not stopping. Janesis is truly the beginning for this stylistic talent.