Singer of hit single “Imani”, comes back to top the charts with new song.
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(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Los Angeles, Dec 3, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Cameroonian-Canadian singer Michael Baiye, better known as Jbwai, is back and better than ever in his new song “Busybody”. A viral sensation, Jbawi combines his love for his home country and modern beats that will have everyone moving.
The wise song, “Busybody”, is a beautifully worded song, with a perfectly electric feel. The song is the embodiment of one of today’s most popular saying “stay in your lane”. Busybody maintains a lyrical prowess that is matched by none, while still managing to keep the Jbwai style intact.
Four years ago, Jbwai decided it was time to buckle down and begin his music career, and he hasn’t looked back since. His lyrical wisdom and hard-hitting beats have been inspiring the young men of Africa and many have followed in his footsteps. This nearly sold-out tour has proven the immense power of his music and how dedication and hard work can completely change your life.
Never forgetting where he comes from is a role model to young Cameroonian men as well as an inspiration to those who have migrated to Canada to make a better life for themselves.
Jbwai has always been a music lover, but also loves IT. His desire for a better life gave him the courage to move to Canada to pursue music and education, despite the fear and complicated process that was ahead of him. Jbwai’s fearless point of view comes from his mom and cites how she raised him as the secret to his success
For more details or for further inquiries, please visit the website https://www.jbwaimusic.com/
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