Nyja Shows Her Uniqueness In New Single, “Follow”

Written by on 29/02/2020

Nyja's single 'Follow' Artwork.

Follow‘ is a brand new single from a solo artist, singer, songwriter, and harmonizer by the named Nyja. She shows her versatility and uniqueness in this new piece of work.

Follow is a feel-good track that will encourage any listener to take to the dance floor.  

Sitting well within the Afrobeats traditional sound instrumentally, it also has a great singalong vibe applied to it which is well delivered by the artist Nyja.

I created this track for people who love to dance or want to learn. I also wanted to make the melody catchy for those that like to sing. I really hope listeners enjoy this track as much as I do and follow my journey.

How did music start for the young talented Nyja?

Nyja released her first solo track in 2016 called ‘No One’ which the track was an introduction of who Nyja is which caught the likes of ears from Morgan Keys (WSTRN Manager) who regularly played the track on his Rinse Fm set every Fridays.

Fast forward to the present times Nyja released an underground smash called BAMIJO. Bamijo was produced by her long time friend as well as producer, G-cat. The tune was an Afro-wave/swing vibes, with a simple melodious, catchy hook and sweet harmonies.

This further put her on the map with the rest of the up and coming Afro0swing/Afrobeats artists and also landed her as a special guest /performer at Nigerian independence in 2018.

By 2019, Nyja has released two singles Let me be and No behaviour. Both singles have over 25K views on Link Up TV’s YouTube Channel.

Nyja‘s influences which help her create sweet feel-good vibes consists of Sona, Qdot, Wizkid, Davido, Maleek Berry, MoStacks and Teni (whom some say she sounds like).

When asked what she would say to her supporters that are following her journey, Nyja replied,

I would like to say thank you and that the journey ain’t even started yet, this is just a warm-up.

Listen to ‘Follow’ below and don’t forget to share and comment below.

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