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Slim Flow bags recording contract with Hi-Impact Records

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Jaafar Jaafar is a graduate of Mass Communication from Bayero University, Kano. He was a reporter at Daily Trust, an assistant editor at Premium Times and now the editor-in-chief of Daily Nigerian.
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Hi-Impact records, a fast rising Nigerian based record label owned by Barrister Adetunji Adegboyega, has signed talented singer, David Okuna, who is popularly known as Slimflow in Nigeria’s entertainment industry.

Adetunji who chose to expand his chain of business investments by investing in the entertainment sector signs his first artiste to Hi-Impact records his independently owned record label.

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Slimflow who haild from Delta State was born on the 17th July 1989 and raised in the city of Jos, Plateau state.

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The Nigerian reggae/dancehall singer who recently relocated to Lagos to pursue his dreams is very excited and can’t wait to share his talent to the world.

“I feel so blessed because it was a huge risk to leave my comfort zone and relocate to Lagos which is the center of entertainment and I haven’t regretted any second of my decision. In fact getting such amazing recording contract is a proof that sometimes you just risk it all,” he said.

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The very energetic and optimistic artiste was too excited and mostly grateful for the opportunity given by his CEO Barrister Adetunji Adegboyega.

When asked what his influences are and inspirations. He described himself as an entertainer whose music is influenced by his environment. He says everything and anyone could influence him.

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“My first official single drops soon. Watch out for me,” he stated.

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