Speaking on current projects, she said; “My new single titled ‘Never enough’ is dropping on Friday, produced by Tesla, mixed and mastered by GMK. I’m also currently working on my debut EP and I can’t wait to share it with the world. It will be dropping in the next couple of months. I’m also working on some features with some of the biggest African artistes and the aim of the EP is to project my story and African music to the world.”
Marvy, a confident and outspoken person with so much love for God recalled the encouraging things Rel Carter, A&R of Roc Nation said about her music during one of her encounters with him.
She said; “I performed at the Hollywood last year and the reception was really mind-blowing. Recently I had a meeting with Rel Carter, head of A&R (Roc Nation) and you know Roc is owned by Jay-Z and the things he said about my music were really encouraging.”
Unlike like some of her contemporaries who may want to compete with the likes of Tiwa Savage, Yemi Alade, Teni, others, she insists that though she has a lot of respect for them, her music is uniquely timeless.
Also, they got to witness the incredible visual for ‘We Must Groove’ ft. Burna Boy shot by Patrick Ellis. ‘We Must Groove’ is the next single off the 13-track thriller which also boasts of features from some Africa’s biggest Afrobeats exports; Burna Boy, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage and Olamide.
2Baba, the man of the moment was in high spirits and he vibed with the guests as they enjoyed the album.
Some notable guests spotted at the listening include Sound Sultan, Joel, Olisa Adibua, Ik Osakioduwa, Kenny Blaq, Ebuka, MC Shakara, Maleke, Uche Jombo, Ini Edo, Omawumi, Orezi, Lord Sky, AY, Annie Idibia, Efe Omorogbe and many more.
Great reviews flowed right after the listening party as anticipation for the album doubled for everyone in attendance.