‘As We Enter’ with Jeiyo

Feel good music

29 December 2021 | Art and Entertainment

Jeiyo; Artist; “Some of the songs are already done and I’m sure that I will make more amazing sounds.”

Swkopmund • Michelline Nawatises



Julius “Jeiyo” Muteleni recently premiered his latest offering titled ‘As We Enter’ on Youtube.

This song is about welcoming and celebrating the festive season. The three-minute-long summer track from Jeiyo’s upcoming album was produced last summer and its December release was delayed.

Jeiyo discovered his love for music at the age of nine. He creates feel-good music. “I want people who listen to my songs to feel jolly. I am not bound to a specific genre.”

Creative Process

Jeiyo describes the creative process as dreadful for him. “This is strenuous and that’s what the fans don’t understand. I record, mix and master all my songs by myself.” The last time he released a song was four years ago. “I am looking for a concrete team and to perfect the creative process blueprint for my productions to run smooth.”

Jeiyo is working on an album that he intends to drop next year. “Most of the songs are already done and I am confident that I will deliver more catchy sounds.”

The artist says he appreciates the patience of his fans. “I want nothing but good music for you guys, you deserve it as you have waited patiently.”

The summer single can be accessed on YouTube and all digital platforms.

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