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Efya will perform alongside DCryme, StayJay, Raquel, Tiffany, Guru, Edem Keche and whizz-kid Awal in support of the ‘Azonto King’, Sarkodie, in the Rapperholic Concert at Kumasi’s ultramodern Royal Lamerta Hotel, Ahodwo before preparing to come to Kampala later in Apirl.
Jane was born in a family of entertainers. Her mother, Adwoa Awindor, is the popular host of the program ‘Greetings from Abroad’. Jane has been singing since she was six. She attended YaaAsantewaa Secondary School and then moved on to the University of Ghana.
The diva of Irene and Jane fame a duo that has been in the Ghanaian music scene till their split to pursue separate careers in 2008.
Irene and Jane were discovered through Charterhouse’s Stars of the Future pop contest where Irene emerged the winner and declared Ghana’s International Music Star and Jane who came in third. They have blended their talents and had thrilling experiences working together after spending most of their lives as solo artistes.
Their debut video featuring the hit single, Heat it up, featured Nana Tuffour aka NeezBuck (University of Pennsylvania) while their Unveiled album also featured Amandzeba Nat Brew, Blu3 (Uganda) and Wutah. Some of their songs included Odokai, Baby, Ding dong, Girl power, Don’t wanna be lonely, Don’t give up, Rivers, Always, etc.
Both are now pursuing solo careers and Efya Awindor has now become a household name in the jazz music world.