CeCe, a Nigerian-American music executive with experience as an A&R manager, has a skilled ear for rare tones. Her second single is titled ‘All I Need,’ the producer teams up with Dremo, a Nigerian rapper and musician, and Atlanta’s KCamp for a slick mix of Afropop, R&B, and melodic hip-hop.
The heartfelt album is a no-holds-barred outpouring of feelings for a loved one. A warm, welcoming beat complements the development, making it ideal for a romantic weekend between two people. Dremo’s silky melodic vocal delivery, which alternates between pidgin English and Yoruba, sets the tone for the rest of the album. With his seductive vocals and a short story about finding the love of his life, KCamp follows suit. I would never have expected to see these two on a project together, but their style is fluid and seamless.
CeCe’s song “All I Need” is taken from her upcoming album, including Dremo and K Camp. The Bronx-based artist has also founded her talent management firm, Ataria Inc, and is about to release her official debut album.
This executive producer/singer was born in Nigeria and raised in New York City and is one of the music industry’s most recent additions. CeCe, on the other hand, is no stranger to the fashion world, having gained recognition for her Ataria NYC clothing line as well as her Afrobeat-infused fashion shows.
Her experience as a music agent, talent manager, retail mogul, and retailer allows her to follow in the footsteps of these illustrious predecessors.
Cece started her work as a talent manager before transitioning to producing because she understands how difficult it can be for newcomers to get into the industry and see real advancement opportunities at the grassroots level. Her album placed up-and-coming artists and famous stars with a broader fan base on the same website. This album allowed her to inspire up-and-coming musicians to create their best work, which might compete with a more established singer. Her album cover and tracklist have just been published, and the lineup is fantastic. You’ll see some of our favorite American artists, such as yungtory and K camp, as well as Afrobeat stars like Bella Shmurda, Bad Boy Timz Ayo Jay, and others, as well as some of the country’s most promising up-and-comers.