Nigerian artiste AYOX was in Ghana for the first time during the unveiling of GOOD SIN crooner Olive The Boy to Sony Music's Columbia Records. Following his performance, he spoke about his visit to Ghana, seeing the country, possible collaborations with some notable Ghanaian artistes and his upcoming project.
During the conversation he revealed his affiliation with Bu Vision as one of their latest signees and the privilege of having positive people with him on his musical journey. He also mentioned his love for Ghanaian music and his desire to collaborate with some artistes like Olive The Boy, KiDi, Camidoh and Lasmid whom he mentioned being friends with on social media.
Besides his love for Ghanaian music and artistes he would love to work with, he stated his plans to return to Ghana in a few months to promote his pending EP.
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