As Young Nigerian Act, Juliet Booboosha Is Set For Melbourne World Show, Efoski Label CEO Prince James Efosa Pays Homage



There is power in positive thinking
. his international best seller book, " Think and Grow Rich' which is rated as one of world's greatest book after the Holy Bible....Sir Napoleon Hill stated on page 50 that "It is well known fact that one comes,finally to believe whatever one repeats to one's, whether the statements be true or false.. If a person repeats it often to self it eventually becomes real"
And such can be said about the fast growing Nigerian born New Zealand based artist Juliet Obieh, aka Booboosha who once sold garri ( local foodstuff) back in home but told herself, such is not her destiny

Today, she is fast building a friend's and fans both in Nigeria, Australia and new Zealand etc, where she has played a lot of shows in just a short while, and on come 31st Oct 2016 she will be performing most of her new releases like wahala before a global audience

IT is on that note that Prince James Efosa of Efoski record London, USA/LAGOS is commending the young lady and want her to go and make Africa proud, "We are proud of Juliet, she is inspiration, and am sure soon my acts like Eldorado, Mega King and Dorcas will do a duet with her someday, I WISH HER LUCK IN Melbourne"Efoska told CERUMEDIA

It has not been an easy ride for the young performer who compose most of her songs herself, but admitted God is her strengthstrength

Now ,booboosha will be performing along side hot R&B genius Bracket,Emete and many others month end in Melbourne, Australia.. What a positive twist of faith
°>Catch you there live

STORY BY chief Cerutti Mike Osagie

Editor in chief/Group-leader
CERUMEDIA & BOOKS INc
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