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Nigeria’s Seyi Shay, Ghana’s Efya and South Africa’s Pearl Thusi cover Glam Africa’s “New Beginnings” Edition



Glam Africa magazine starts the new year with its “New Beginnings” edition which features three female celebrities making waves in the African entertainment industry.

The Nigerian cover star, Seyi Shay looks back at how successful 2016 has been, shares her big plans for 2017 and talks about being a self-made CEO of her record label Stargurl, in a totally male dominated industry.

Another music star making waves in the African music industry is Efya who is on the Ghanaian cover of the New Beginnings edition. Talking about signing to Wizkid’s ‘Starboy Records’ and releasing a debut album only after storming the award scene with nominations and wins, including a monstrous four consecutive wins for ‘Best Female Vocal Performance’ at Ghana Music Awards, over her 10 years music career. Efya in this edition also shared her advice to other women seeking success in this New Year.

On the South African cover is the delectable actress, Pearl Thusi, who spent most of the last year in both local and international news. From hosting MTV’s Lip Sync Battle Africa, making her debut in hit US series Quantico, launching her hair brand and appearing on several magazine covers, this MAMA ‘Personality of the Year’ nominee definitely had a busy year. She tells Glam Africa why her 2017 is definitely off to a great start.

This star-studded edition also features interviews with American/Nigerian singer Jidenna, Ghanaian actor John Dumelo, South African singer Shekhinah, The Compozers, American reality TV star Toya Wright and much more.

Efya Cover Credit:
Photography: Focus Photography
Hair & Styling: Mackie Sasu Ackumany
MUA: Asare Prince Owusu @Thereal_Asareprince

Seyi Shay Cover Credit:
Paul Ukonu @Paulukonu
Styling: Moashy Styling @Moashystyling
Hair: Davuchi Hair @Davuchi_Hair
MUA: Doranne Beauty @Dorannebeauty
Coordinator/ Facilitator : Mariam Adeyemi Timmer @Mariamadeyemicompany


  1. Ever changing face

    January 18, 2017 at 11:24 am

    I don’t know if it’s just me ..seyi’s face always change with every pic of her I’ve seen..I won’t be able2 recognize her if i see her

  2. Ifeyinwa Atuanya

    January 18, 2017 at 11:40 am

    is she pearl a Nigerian? that showed her birthday pictures on ?

    i understand Vimbai is Kenyan?

  3. maymay

    January 19, 2017 at 12:16 am

    abeg dis is how a magazine should look..plain n beautiful…not someone growing bush on the head or gluing a disgusting dead tin on d arm..if u like post.

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