It seems Naira Marley is taking the female gender as seriously as they should be taken, as he recently advised women on the importance of making their own money. Now, he has signed the first female artist to his record label- Marlian music.
The Marlian first lady, known as Tori Keeche is perceived as a very vibrant singer. Judging from the photos from the music video shoot, the pop of colours, the pulsating energy and the mere fact that she’s signed to Marlian Music, making her a Marlian already gives her away.
Naira did not only inform the public about Tori Keeche’s being signed to his record label, he went ahead to inform his followers that their song together will drop on Friday, 21st of August. This sing is titled “Yoga”, Naira revealed while sharing photos from the music video shot.
Congratulations are in order for Tori Keeche, as it is such a big deal to be signed under Marlian music. She went to her twitter page to share her excitement. “I’m happy to be a part of Marlian Music. Thank you Mr. President”, and updated her Instagram bio as well.
Contributing actively to the music industry, the controversial artiste, recently signed Ex- YBNL act Lyta, and now he has added another talented artiste to his label. What a great year it is for Naira Marley. Following Lyta being in Marlian music, he released a single few days after, called, “hold me down”
Naira Marley might be many things, but he is definitely not a lazy boss, considering the fact that he gets his team ready for work as soon as possible, and also gives them his wings to fly on. Just like he did in January, he gave his new acts an opportunity to perform at the sold out show, which could be the least of things he could do for his artistes.
One thing is certain in Marlian music, Naira Marley does not pick already made artistes, instead, he allows the phrase, “we rise by lifting others” manifest, and just like Lyta, Fabian Blu, Mohbad, Zinoleesky, and Cblvck, Tori Keeche is about to be the next big thing in the music industry.
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