Promising Ghanaian afro-sensational musician, Ellen Afia Ayensuaa Gyapong, known in showbiz as Efe Keyz, has said that her new song, “Juju”, is a personal experience.
According to the Zylofon Art Club artist, the song “Juju” is an African word which means spiritual charms used on someone to make the person develop deep affection towards whoever used it.
In an interview with the DAILY HERITAGE, She explained that “my song tells a story of an African princess falling in love with an Egyptian prince at first sight and falls so deeply in love that she starts to believe the man has used charms on her.”
Efe Keyz, who doubles as a model, added that “It’s from a personal experience and also a story about a relationship where one partner is head over heels in love with the other he or she cannot do anything about it.
“One very unique instrument used in juju is called “dondo”, a small drum used to call people to assemble somewhere. I used this in my song and it was played by Okyerema Asante, a renowned percussionist, which makes juju a unique song.”
“Juju”, which is a single from her upcoming album “Juju”, produced by AM Beats and Willie Roi, with the video directed by Director Abass under Zylofon Music.