Jumar - 'The Afrocan' EP

Jumar's musical career started professionally in 2010 when he met Shadybizniz, a prolific and talented music producer, and started recording, the two have been working together since then.

 

Jumar, born Amejuma Ete Ololo was born April 12 and raised in Warri, Delta State. He fondly remembers his interests in music turn to Bob Marley, Fela Kuti, Maria Carey, Notorious B.I.G, Tuface and recently Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole and Frank Ocean.

His musical career started professionally in 2010 when he met Shadybizniz, a prolific and talented music producer, and started recording, the two have been working together since then. He and his friends formed a company from which to put out their music from, they named it Muller Magic Entertainment.

Jumar has worked with the likes of Sasha P, Jesse Jagz, M.I, Yemi Alade, Ruby and others.

Today he exclusively drops his new body of work, '' on Pulse.

The Afrocan as a project is a multi genre, multicultural and spontaneous piece of work. Its beats are a mixture of African Afro grooves, heavy drums and percussions with modern R&B soul hip-hop strings pads and guiters. Truly a masterpiece of self expression. with songs well suited for almost every occasion. this is because.

You can download the project HERE or HERE

To promote the project, the single 'Monkey' has been released.

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