Joefes also popularly known as Mr Nun asserts that his music journey began way back than he can recall. He has an extraordinary style, invincible energy and a one in a million character that screams boldness, a go getter and above all one of the best gengetone rappers yet to be known internationally. His Ep titled Addiction features artists like Vic West who is also a film and music producer, Mavo on the best as his beat producer and the members of Mbuzi Gang all inclusive. To add on that, Kashkeed the Mr. London producer is featured as well as his manager and producer.
As he partakes a music tour with his crew Mbuzi Gang in Uganda to spread their wings, he has managed to work and perform alongside Jose Chameleon, Angella Katatumba met Daddy Andree and Nina Roz hence establishing life long connections.
The Addiction Ep sums up as his best works this year excluding his projects with Mbuzi Gang that have come to be known across Africa. The likes of Shamra Shamra, Wagithomo and sherehe Sheria.
Joefes identifies as a hard-working individual and a musician ready to go far and beyond to make his dream a reality. When you harken to his songs, you understand that his style is unique and one of a kind. He was the first signed musician of Black Market records back in 2018. This label has nurtured him ever since and actively participated in his victory. A big shout out to the label and the CEO for believing in him and the gengetone genre as a whole.
Check out his YouTube channel @joefes Vevo to stream the album and also on spotify as joefes. Follow black market records for more updates.
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