Nigerian U.S based Artist “Juxtis” Set to Visit Ghana Soon

The fast rising music art and award winning US based Afro-Pop Singer,, Justice Chidiebere Okafor popularly known by stage name as “Juxtis”,who is signed to U.E Records (Unique

Expression Records), a New York based record label, is currently preparing to visit Ghana in the coming days.

The visit is a bid by Juxtis to foster Ghana-Nigeria relations and it presents a unique opportunity for the US based artist and the Ghanaian populace to celebrate the friendship and healthy rivalry between the two countries and thereby interacting with other Ghanaian artists.

Hails from Ojoto, Idemili South L.G.A, Anambra State, Nigeria and graduate of the University of Johannesburg South Africa. His love for music started at a very early age of 10 where he sang in the church choir and school.

However, Juxtis officially started music in 2011 with the release of his first single and video titled “Ma Wifi”, followed by other singles entitled “Obim”, “Only one for me”, “wanted” “Sweetest ” to mention but a few.

In 2015, the fast rising nigerian artist got signed to Unique Expression Records and therefore dropped another single under the label titled “Omalicha” which was Produced by sunnockz mastered by Softouch and the video was directed by S. Akin Montage. In 2016, he dropped two singles titled “Good Loving” and “Good loving worldwide” Good loving worldwide received massive air plays with the video trending!

In 2018, he recently dropped another hit banger titled “shoroshoro ft Mr. J Apasha, shoroshoro which is currently receiving massive airplays across the continent with its video trending as a fast rising artist.

The Afro-pop artist wishes he extents his tentacles by working with other great artists such as Sarkodie, Bisa kdei, Stonebwoy due to their unique styles.

Xtramilez Media is currently behind the Public Relations (PR) of the US based award-winning artist.

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