Multiple award-winning singer Efya says the Nigerian music industry is efficient and she feels comfortable working there.
For this reason, she incessantly finds herself in the Western Africa country for concerts.
“Money,” Efya told Abeiku Santana on Monday, June 8 and, continued, “When you headline a concert in Nigeria it’s really good. They pay on time” .
Speaking on the Ekwanso Dwodwo afternoon drive show on Okay 101.7 FM, the celebrated musician outlined factors she thinks put the Nigerian music industry ahead of the music industry in Ghana.
“They pay bigger depending on what you charge. I feel because their market is bigger, they’re more efficient with the moves”
The singer, who originally wanted to be a movie director until she partaked in the Stars of the Future reality show in 2008 intimated she’s looking forward to holding a concert in London.
“I still haven’t headlined my show in London (UK) which is something I’m really looking forward to,” the multiple award-winning songstress said.
She continued that, “I’ve done a lot of shows in the States than the UK. That was where we were going to focus this year then the coronavirus pandemic.
Efya, real name Jane Awindor came onto the scene through the Charterhouse organised Stars of the Future. She emerged second-runner up in the very first edition and teamed up with the winner Irene Logan to form the group, Irene and Jane.
After a couple of releases, Efya went solo and rebranded as Efya. She has released many hit singles including Best In Me, Until The Dawn, Little Things, Forgetting Me, One Of Your Own and Get Away