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Musician Krymi speaks up on Juju in the music industry

Juju is thought to have come from the French term joujou, which means "plaything," but some sources assert that it actually comes from the Hausa language, where it denotes a "fetish" or "bad spirit." Juju has become a thing in the music industry.

All West African nations, including Nigeria, Benin, Togo, and Ghana, practice juju. Both those who have admitted to using it and those who have been suspected of using it include many notable African musicians.

Rapper Tinny from Ghana once claimed that certain musicians had brought his CD to Benin to cast curses against his career. In one of his interviews, Shatta Wale also stated that he has used juju before. The newest musician to openly discuss how his friend tried to persuade him to use "Juju"

When asked if he had ever heard of a musician using "Juju," Krymi replied that he had. I have heard these things, "he stated. I would be lying if I said I have never heard it said, but I have never seen it before.

The "Party Gbee" singer and the signee of the "Highly Spiritual" album gave budding musicians the advice not to submit to outside pressure.

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French Ghana Juju Krymi Togo

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