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Anijamz is creating a buzz for his unique Afrofusion sound 'Jaman'

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Anijamz is creating a buzz for his unique Afrofusion sound 'Jaman'

In the vibrant Nigerian music scene, a young talent has been making waves with his distinctive sound and captivating performances.

Born in the early 1990s, Anijamz spent his childhood developing a passion for music as He led school gigs and won competitions, honing his craft and laying the foundation for his future success. Growing up, his exposure to various music genres and dedication paved the way for his journey as a musician. His first recorded song, 'Totori,' was released in 2012, marking the beginning of his music career.

Over the years, AniJamz has released several singles, including 'Want to Play Me,' 'Mr. Lover,' 'Again,' 'Timeline' featuring Zillions, and 'Chop Am' with visuals featuring Man Like Brav and Feelings. His music has been well-received, with his visuals airing on top screens in Nigeria. In 2022, he released his first single, 'Bendi,' produced by veteran producer Major Bangz, followed by his debut EP, 'Growth and Success,' which has been doing well on digital platforms.

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AniJamz's music is a unique blend of Afrofusion, which he calls the "Jaman sound." This distinctive style has captured the attention of music lovers and industry professionals alike.

His latest releases, 'Peace of Mind' and 'Indaboski' featuring Tapper, have received outstanding reviews from music critics and fans. 'Peace of Mind' was celebrated with a listening party that brought together industry folks and music critics, who praised Anijamz’s talent and creativity.

'Indaboski' was inspired by popular Nigerian pastor-turned-music artist Odumeje and has been making waves in the music scene. The song's catchy beat and meaningful lyrics have resonated with listeners, solidifying Anijamz’s position as a rising star in the Nigerian music industry.

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As Anijamz gears up for an EP release later this year, fans are eagerly anticipating new music from the talented artist. His yearly live concert 'Jaman Rave', scheduled for November, promises to be an unforgettable experience, showcasing his unique sound and energetic performance.

Anijamz’s growth and success are a testament to his dedication, passion, and creativity. His Afro-fusion sound (Jaman Sound) has carved out a niche in the music industry, and his talent continues to inspire and entertain fans.

As he continues to push boundaries and explore new musical frontiers, Anijamz is undoubtedly a name to watch in the Nigerian music scene.

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