G-Worldwide Entertainment, the premier African music company, is proud to
announce two new signings Ajura and Easy Jay, and introduce them into the market.
After proving themselves as confirmed leaders in the music space, with a track record of success,
G-Worldwide announces the latest additions to their rosters. Easy Jay and Ajura, are the latest
talents to be unveiled.
G-Worldwide Head of Artist Management, Louiza Williams said: "We are thrilled to
welcome Ajura and Easy Jay to the G-Worldwide family. They have all it takes to develop and
become superstars in the African music scene, and will be game-changers in dominating and
bringing African music to the world. We are extremely excited to have them as a part of the
team and are eager for the journey ahead."
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Easy Jay watched his parents go through a divorce as a kid. But that didn't stop him from
finding his path.
Born Oluwashola Raymond Oyekan, in the ghetto of Mushin, Lagos State, he is the first child
from a family of three. At age 12, while in High School, his parents got a divorce and split up the
family. That would take a toll on the young man, who went through primary education at Queen
Maris International School, before moving to St. Saviours International School.
Irrespective of the breakup, he carried through his education, and found a way to move past the
hurt to keep loving his parents.
Music came to him in middle school. At 13, he was already trying his hands at songwriting, and
would use school free periods as mime sessions. All of these got him the colourful nickname
'Sholi Akon'. He was also popular for his rare accent and scintillating vocals.
His first recording experience came in 2015, where he impressed in the studio, snagging an
instant management deal with the producer, which helped him get more music recorded and
developed his talent. That same year, he got into the Federal University of Technology, Akure,
where he is currently in line for a degree in Project Management. Easy Jay was signed to G-Worldwide Entertainment in 2018, and cites Fela Kuti, 2face Idibia,
Usher and Chris Brown amongst others as his key influences. He's operates across genres,
blending elements from Alt-R&B, Highlife and Afro Pop.
"In few years, I want to Inspire a young boy somewhere in Africa or anywhere around the world
watching on me on TV to say "I want to be just like Easy Jay," he says.