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Jeff Akoh Drops ‘I Do’

*New Music: I Do – Jeff Akoh

As a perfect introduction to the busy end-of-the-year wedding season, Temple Music singer and MTN Project Fame Alumni, Jeff Akoh comes through with a catchy love anthem which entitled, ‘I Do’.

The song is produced by ex-winner of MTN Songstar with Don Jazzy, Password and is the lead single of an exclusive wedding-themed EP project set to be released soon. According to the singer, the other two new jams include ‘Papa Oyoyo’ and ‘First Dance’.

Jeff Akoh whom Dede Mabiaku has tagged as “the true voice of Africa” continues to rubber-stamp his music on the mind of music fans one song at a time.

“I Do” is released today Tuesday, October 30th and is available for download on local and international platforms.

Streaming & Download – https://tmc.fanlink.to/I_Do_JeffAkoh

Social Media

Twitter – @jeff_akoh

-IG – @j eff_akoh

https://www.instagram.com/jeff_akoh/

-Facebook – Jeff Akoh

https://www.facebook.com/jeff.akor?hc_ref=SEARCH&fref=nf

About Jeff Akoh

Jeff Akoh is a talented singer and sound engineer who trained at SAE Institute, Cape Town, South Africa. Raised in Abuja, the Federal Capital City of Nigeria, he is popularly known for winning the eighth season of Project Fame West Africa in 2015.

Before then, together with his brother, Fred Akoh, he contested on Glo Naija Sings in 2010 at the age of 13 finishing in the Top 10.

To his credit, he has released a single entitled Never Let You Go and a feature with Yemi Alade entitled Kissing (Remix).

About Temple Management Company

The Temple Management Company Limited (“TMC”) is a full-service creative talent and event management company incorporated in Nigeria and operating in the Entertainment, Sports, Media and Art sectors.

Using a 360 approach to management, the company oversees the day to day business/affairs of creative talents and ensures that they maintain sustainable competitive advantage over the rest. TMC prides itself in its ability to operate on a global scale.

The company’s mission is to continually improve on African content, bridge the gulf between talents and their foreign counterparts, and guarantee that processes are in line with international best practices.

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