Seyi Shay features Niniola in Juba

African act, Seyi Shay is back on the beat. The sexy singer has released another single which featured rising Afro House singer, Niniola in the new song entitled: ‘Juba’. This is her first single since she released her album Seyi or Shay last year.

The new song came at a time when fans of the singer have asked her to release another song to prove her worth as one of the serious contenders for the soul of the Nigerian music industry as the year runs out. The new song, according to the singer was not released to prove any point but to entertain her fans within and outside the country. “I am a lover of good music and my fans know that I am committed to feeding them great songs that would charge their souls and enrich their minds.

The two raving songstresses come together to create the Afro pop hit as they deliver playful lyrics and catchy hooks on the melodious beat. Juba would easily get anybody caught off guard dancing and miming to the tune.

After an eventful first six months in 2016, Seyi Shay is out to prove doubters wrong & the 3 time NEA 2016 nominee can’t go wrong with her latest single Juba.

Seyi Shay also known as Oluwaseyi Deborah Joshua was born on December 21st 1985 in London, UK to Nigerian parents. She spent the majority of her life living in London having discovered her passion for music at an early age and also got some valuable exposure when she was 14 years old as a member of the London Community Gospel Choir (LCGC) headed by Basil Meade, they embarked on a 13-city tour in Japan where they performed  in front of hundreds of people.

Her first involvement in professional music came in 2005 when she signed a recording contract with Sir George Martin Music famed for producing music for the Beatles  and No Apologies Music . During the duration of her contract Seyi Shay was credited for writing and producing three major songs for the Konami Game Sound track; “Crime Life”, she also wrote the song “You will see” which featured on Mel C’s critically acclaimed album “Beautiful Intentions”.