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JayDrillz Joins RedAce Management Company

By Modupe Gbadeyanka

 A new artiste has been signed by RedAce Management Company, the management arm of Africa’s foremost Public Relations and Media Agency, The RedAce Company, and he is Tyovenda Torkuma Jeffery, otherwise known as Jay Drillz.

A statement signed by spokesman of the firm, Mr Olubunmi Adeyera, disclosed that the signing of Jay Drillz was facilitated to introduce new game changers to the Nigerian music industry.”

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According to Mr Adeyera, “Music business in Nigeria is no longer what it used to be and won’t be business as usual, this is why the hallmark of our management company is discovering new talents and working hand-in-hand with them to help them actualize of their dreams.”

Jay Drillz is a young vibrant talented rapper/singer born and raised in Benue state, Nigeria. He is a graduate of computer science from Les Cours Sonou University, Benin Republic.

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His first set of singles include: My Pain, Make Am, Ready, amongst other tracks which have been enjoying airplay overtime.

Commenting on his addition to RedAce Management Company, Jay Drillz said, “This is one of the greatest decisions I have to make in my life, however I feel so right about it.”

He added that, “Talent is not just enough, Talent with no direction is as good as nothing therefore I give it to the experienced professionals with the stand-tall team, accurate strategy and pinpoint execution. It is what every forward-thinking talent should do.

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“Any artiste who intends to grow need to work with the right people such as RedAce Company, I’m glad I’m here.

“Today, after due consultations, I announce to all my fans my official entry into the RedAce Company Family.”

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Modupe Gbadeyanka is a fast-rising journalist with Business Post Nigeria. Her passion for journalism is amazing. She is willing to learn more with a view to becoming one of the best pen-pushers in Nigeria. Her role models are the duo of CNN's Richard Quest and Christiane Amanpour.

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