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Visionaries at Work, Please Step Aside: 2Face Signs Music Icon, Prof. Sir Victor Efosa Uwaifo, to Hypertek Record Label

It’s Tuesday! Alright folks! I am officially back in the building. Let’s GOOO! I had to get some rest in jare after all that Thanksgiving celebration. More parties coming up. I’m excited! Lol!

Okay, back to the business of music. Let’s get it!

It was totally heartwarming and brilliant to receive this news from the Nigezie TV camp about the recent signing of Prof. Sir Victor Efosa Uwaifo. There are artists, there are businessmen and women, and then there are visionaries.

The duo of Efe Omoregbe and 2Face are in the third category. New school meets old school, add a healthy mix of music and music business, and it’s all gravy.

Congrats to Sir Victor Uwaifo, 2Face, Hypertek and the Now Muzik teams.

Let’s see what happens next. Check on the news below.


2face officially announced the signing of Prof (Sir) Victor Efosa
Uwaifo to Hypertek Digital.

Prof. (Sir) Victor Efosa Uwaifo (M.O.N) was born on 1st of March 1941 in Benin City, Nigeria. He attended Western Boys High School in Benin City and St. Gregory’s College, Lagos between 1957 and 1961.

Watch The exclusive Video and Why 2face Decided to Sign him.

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