For most young artistes in Africa, breaking into the music industry can be tough and discouraging, considering the setbacks and disappointments that they may have to experience on their way to success. Some work years, sometimes even decades, before they finally reach the spotlight.

But for Ghanaian Afro-soul singer Efya, breaking into the incredibly competitive music industry was pretty easy. She did not only have a famous mom to give her a hand, but she had also amassed some following as a runner-up in a talent hunt show in Ghana, “Stars of the Future”.

The post ‘This is the time where we take up our mantle and we fight’ – Ghanaian Afro-soul singer Efya on the rise of African music appeared first on Face2Face Africa.

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