Branama Queen, Kefee, is about ready with her fourth album. It is entitled Best of Both Worlds and would be a double CD pack.
The CDs would still be individually themed. One would be gospel themed and entitled “Chorus Leader”. This reflects more on the gospel side of her music and the title is a reminiscence of Kefee’s days in the church as a member of the choir and a chorus leader.
The second part of the album would have more secular songs. It would be entitled “Beautiful”, and would also contain a track of the same name. The track is inspired by Kefee’s husband, Don Momoh, whom she describes as very loving and caring.
The first part of the album would be released in the first week of October while the second would follow a month later.
Kefee is one of the few very active and relevant Nigerian female music acts. She broke into the industry with her first album, “Branama”, and the hit track of the same title.
A second album, “Branama 2″, followed, but it was her third album, “A Piece of Me”, that reaffirmed her position in the Nigerian music industry.
She expanded her reach into fashion and hospitality, opening the fast growing Branama Kitchen earlier this year. She also remarried earlier this year to the popular radio personality, Don Momoh, after her marriage to producer, Alec Godwin, collapsed a few years back.