The winners for the ‘Seyi Shay Features’ competition have been announced. ‘Seyi Shay Features’ is a digital competition hosted by singer-songwriter Seyi Shay and the media distribution company Raba. Five winners were chosen from over 200+ entries sent into the competition.
Winners will receive placement in playlists, press support, and a distribution campaign across all distribution platforms by Raba. Raba will sponsor upcoming artiste’s content distribution to 150+ global platforms for one year.
The winners announced are Daniel Williams aka Yung Willis; Tosin Arobieke aka Tosin Robeck; Patta Edward aka Edward Patta; Chiaka Ekeh aka Majeeed (Gyal Them Sugar); and Azubuike Solomon Ifeanyichukwu aka Molazzi.
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