Lejjy One the new artiste Ghanaians must pay attention to
An upcoming musician from Volta Region Prince Tenge with a stage name Lejjy One is gradually pushing his way to the top with several hit songs including the latest track titled “Mediebeba” which is blowing the minds of many in the Volta Region.
The young and upcoming artiste is currently without a manager, but his works are speaking well of him.
Lejjy One was the main artiste for just ended Agotime Adedome Easter celebration which brought many people from a far.
He exceeded expectations with back to back hit songs and amazing performance, that was commended by patrons of the shows.
Lejjy One has released a new single titled “Mediebeba” which literally translates my chance will come.
He talks about how bless he is but some devilish activities want to bring him down.
But he is been working hard, and he also looking up to God to show him and any other hustlers the way.
An inspiration song indeed, you would want to make to listen to Mediebeba. It will inspire you as go onto the hustle field.
The latest single is already making waves in the Volta Region and he is hoping to see this track make waves all over Ghana.
“I don’t a have a manager, I do everything myself. I’m hoping that people will recognize my talent and efforts so they will invest their resources in me. Just as the saying goes, Heaven helps those who help themselves” he says
Lejjy One combines Ewe, Twi, and English in his songs and it’s always delight to listen.
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