Jeremiah Gyang Is On a Rebound Mission
Jeremiah Gyang is associated with his afrocentric gospel hit Nabaka.
The success of that Album brought him fame, popularity and attention.
It also led to his abrupt disappearance from the music scene shortly after releasing two albums following Nabaka.
Several years after allowing his huge followers to speculate and draw conclusions on what could have happened to this "Jos boy" Jeremiah Gyang appears to be giving his fans and critics some insights via his social media platforms.
His story is laced with betrayal, a contract gone south and depression which we shall discuss in the subsequent articles.
Jeremiah Gyang is a singer, songwriter, instrumentalist and producer best known for his 2004 debut album, ‘Na Ba Ka,’ followed by ‘The Love Album’ and ‘The Black Tape.’
Born in Jos, Plateau State, Jeremiah Gyang is considered a raw talented musician whose entry into the Nigerian Music industry announced him nationally and globally. This is because many music fans believe his lyrics and songs are very rich and meaningful.
After the release of his debut album, Na Ba Ka Ft Six Foot Plus in 2005 under the Chocolate City Records, which was considered by music pundits as successful, Gyang followed up with other critically accalimed albums and singles like the Comforter’s Song featuring Asa, The Christmas Singles (2006), The Love Album (2012), On My Knees ft Ice Prince, Kauna Allah Remix ft Skales, Kauna Allah ft M.I.