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Industry News: Top Nollywood Actress Jackie Appiah Spotted in Music Studio Recording, Set to Release Single

Ghana’s celebrity blogger Ameyaw Debrah reports:

“Rumours have it that the actress will soon release some musical works to join her African colleagues such as Genevieve Nnaji and Omotola E Jolade who have also ventured into music in the past.

But will Jackie have any breakthrough in music; as such cross-career switches in Ghana have known little or no success. Jackie who is currently out of the country was spotted recording at an Accra-based studio before she headed out of Ghana. According to reports she is preparing to release a single and she was in the studio to put finish touches to it. Clearly Jackie Appiah has paid her dues to the movies industry and done so successfully but can she make it in the area of music? . . .”

The song recorded could very well be for a charity cause etc. as opposed to Appiah launching a full music career. The coming weeks will reveal what that is all about. Appiah, however, has a voice that in and of itself sounds like she might be a good singer. Let’s see.

Ameyawdebrah.com has the full story.

-Uduak

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  1. Maxine says:

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