Teflon Flexx moves release of Love from the East EP from April to May
Ghanaian singer Teflon Flexx has finally announced the release date for his much anticipated sophomore EP titled Love from the East.
Initially scheduled for April, the Sandema native, has pushed back the EP as a sign of respect for his Muslim fans, who will be entering into their Ramadan fast in April through to early May.
Coming from the Upper East region, a chunk of the singers fan-base are predominantly Muslims and with his aim of finally cementing his spot in the Ghanaian music scene, Teflon is poised to see them jam to his EP.
Works on the EP are already done, with a close source revealing the project will have some high-profile features
The EP will mark 3 years since Teflon released his debut EP – Village Boy In Suit, and ‘Love From The East’ is set to show the singer’s growth and direction.
The date of the release is 14th May, as revealed on social media by the artist.
We have had some exclusive peak at the EP and we can confidently say, it is one people should really anticipate.
About Teflon Flexx
Teflon Flexx is a multiple award-winning Ghanaian artists who hails from Wiaga, Sandema in the Upper East Region. He had his tertiary education at the University of Development studies and started music professionally in 2018. In his short career, the singer has won multiple awars like the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Unsung, Muse Bangerz of the Accolades, Emerging music awards and more.
He has hit records such as Madina, Eskelebele, Maamiyaa and Oreo.