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Markmuday: Life after KME

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Nelson Idrissa Kargbo popularly known as Markmuday was born and raised in Freetown and has been passionate about music since he was a teenager. He started to play the keyboard, sing and write Afro-pop songs without ever going to classes. It was later that he achieved a certificate for audio producing at Auycade School Network, which resulted in the song Makenneh

Since then, this musical genius has not stopped blessing his ever growing fan base big hits such as Pepe Wata(which he produced and released in 2015) He also released How Ar Connect in March 2016 to wide acclaim.

In 2017 Markmuday was signed to K.M.E alongside other artist such as Rozzy, Blesz, Future K and Kracktwist & Samza. Some hit songs have already been released including Kushe (with Rozzy), Kam Ya and Ormojuba with KME All Stars and many more to look forward to.

In early 2019 The Afrobeat/ pop Star Markmuday unvail his own record label {SLIM NATION} and say thanks to the entire KME team for his short term spent with them..

He release his first song in SLIM NATION on January which is the Official song for the Sierra Leone premier league, featuring DRIZILIK & YVONNE.

Sierra Leone as a nation finally boasts of that one exceptional talent that successfully chose the right decision, will certainly ensure a crossover and fly the Sierra Leone flag across the globe. Markmuday is deservedly crowned the SLIM NATION star bound to epitomize the true African talent across the globe.

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