Eze Pop singer enlists Shatta Wale, Kesse, Jupitar, Tinny, Stonebwoy, Samini and others on his upcoming album

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Ghana-based Nigerian Afro-Pop singer, Jonathan Eze Nwadinobi has enlisted Shatta Wale, Kesse, Jupitar, Tinny, Stonebwoy, Samini and other top Ghanaian stars on his upcoming album scheduled to be released by the end of this year.

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Ghana-based Nigerian Afro-Pop singer,  Jonathan Eze Nwadinobi has revealed that his album for this season 2015 will be launched by the end of this year.

The album has songs which features top musicians like Shatta Wale, Kesse, Jupitar, Tinny, Stonebwoy, Samini and more.

After hitting Ghana with a super hit single titled "Uredia" which features Tinny, Eze is currently promoting "Ije love" (Long journey) featuring Kaakie.

According to him, "Ije Love" with Kaakie has opened a big gate of success for him and he wants his fans to expect what they haven’t seen yet from him.

In an interview with Ghallywoodstars.com, Eze made us aware that, his next move is to interpret and unite Africans as a whole, and this would be done through his music.

He furthermore commented on how just any one can stand up and call himself a musician.

 I disagree with the fact that Ghanaian artistes are musicians because the root of music started from art and the artistic part of it is where most  Ghanaian artistes come to the stage to voice on a beat but in reality, music is the combination of meaningful sounds that pleases the ear when you combine beats and lyrically beautify it. But it looks like the artist here in Ghana, misunderstand the definition of music. I believe it is high time  our artistes start going to school to gain more knowledge to make the music industry shine so bright,” he said.

The "Nwanyi Oma" hit maker believes that the band Osibisa is the only musical group performing music like he is doing now.

In music circles, he was honoured for his contribution towards the music and movie fraternity in Ghana, by the School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana.

Credit: GhallyWoodStars.Com

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