Genevieve Antwi-Nuamah, known in showbiz as Araba, has talked about what she seeks to have in a manager.
The winner of the Season 4 of Citi TV’s Voice Factory said in an interview with Ghana Weekend TV that at the moment she is currently being managed by her mother but would love to have a professional to take charge of her affairs.
“I’ll look out for the person’s values,” she said.
Araba added that the person should also have time for her career.
“A lot of people have an interest in managing artiste but they won’t make them their priority. At the end of the day, you won’t go as far as you want to go because the people you have put in charge of that are not really doing their part. So the manager and I should have coherent values, she further noted.
Araba is out with her first official song titled ‘Saved’ which was produced by Nii Quaye of Musical Lunatics fame.
Araba’s sound is soothing and can be described as a blend of afro, soul and r&b.
She credits Bernice Ofei, Emeli Sande, Lauren Daigle and Jonathan McReynolds as her major influences.
The song is currently available on online music platforms like Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer, iTunes, among others.
Listen to ‘Saved’ by clicking on the link below:
LISTEN: Saved – Araba