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Did You Know Wloji CEO Lincoln Ward Has A Record Label: Lincoln Ward Announces His 1st Signed Artist "J Flow"

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Lincoln “The legend” Ward, CEO of Wlojii, “I Rep Lib”, and Liberian News Network (LNN) has officially announced his new artist.
A few weeks ago, Lincoln had mentioned that he would give managing an artist a try.
Surprisingly, Lincoln had already worked on the label before he mentioned it. He also knew exactly who he had in mind to sign. A few days ago, he took to Facebook to officially introduce his new artist who goes by the stage named J flow.
Born Josephine A. Wisseh, hails from the Kru speaking tribe of Liberia. She was born to the union of Mr. Joseph Wisseh and Madame Anna Komroh.
The Dark-skinned, dreadlocked female artist is the only child of her parents. Due to the sudden and unfortunate death of her father, things became very difficult and as a young teenager, J flow found herself in the street striving to survive.
She discovered her musical talent initially through street dancing. Her story, lifestyle, struggle, hustle, love for life and what she represents starting emerging in her music as she grew up. She went from the church choir into a secular musician with an all-girls musical group called Black Angels.
After Black Angels got dissolved, the talented artist got her motivation and support from a lot of well-wishers to stand on her own. One of her motivators has been Dyers Myers, the Hipco Godfather.
J flow believes in the empowerment of women and the expression of arts through her music. Although she’s humble and down to earth, she’s is also a strong, fierce woman. Her art is a true expression of her life expressed through music.
J flow recently decided to work with Legend Musik, a newly established record label with the slogan, “Bringing Music to Life” Legend Musik looks to blend real-life situations and music—creating expressions everyone will be able to relate to.
“Legend Musik” was established by Lincoln Ward. After promoting Liberian entertainment for years, Lincoln believes it is time he takes a bold step and start managing. With J flow being his first artist, we are all eager to see how far he’s willing to take this.
Source: Liberian Star View

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