Nektunez goes big with passion and it has paid off

Atlanta-based Ghanaian producer Noble, widely known as Nektunez, has been breaking charts worldwide with some 75 million streams and so far counts and garnered almost 10 billion views on TikTok alone.

In 2021, his Ameno Amapiano Remix, a laid-back mix he did to the globally acclaimed song from new-age French music project Era, blew up.

Recently, it debuted at number 7 on the first US Billboard Afrobeats chart.

For a song that suddenly resurfaced as a favorite of many after its 1996 release, it played into Nektunez’s creative juices, allowing him to fully embrace his art form.

Nektunez paired Nigerian Goya Menor for what has become one of the greatest songs in African music history.

Along with Ameno Amapiano Remix, Nektunez have become one of the most talked about bands in the world.

Breakthroughs like this are rare, but also a testament to how pursuing one’s passion leads to success. Today, Nektunez is an integral part of the African music ecosystem by signing deals with international labels like Sony, a feat that might have only been a dream a while ago.

For most African entrepreneurs, getting the help needed to fully see their talents can be difficult, especially when there are few or no craft help brands that care about the whole process of the value chain.

However, brands like let’s go are changing the narrative, becoming a catalyst for African entrepreneurs like Nektunez to “go big” with their passion and reach new markets and audiences.

Thanks to ‘Go Big with Your Passion‘, one of the three thematic areas in which the LetsGo brand promotes financial inclusion, the brand is poised to contribute to the overall growth of acts like Nektunez, giving them additional momentum to expand.

Go Big with Your Passion is the typical story of entrepreneurs like Nektunez who made something from scratch, realizing their dreams and their potential.

Go Big with Your Passion also means acts like Nektunez will have access to the tools they need. In the past, he has spoken of his frustration with the lack of access to these and also brought in other passionate talent to work on, an area that LetsGo intends to navigate by hosting writing camps and met.

“The main creative challenge was the lack of access to the creative tools I needed. Moving to Atlanta, Georgia gave me access to more creative tools: hardware, soundbanks and software that make the process more enjoyable production.

“Another challenge I’ve had has been finding talented creatives to collaborate with. But over time, I’ve had a wide range of creatives who understand my sound and are willing to work with me. things for me as a creative.”

With this support from let’s goNektunez can draw on his credentials as a multi-genre record producer, singer, songwriter, composer, and entrepreneur.

By going BIG with LetsGo, Nektunez and other entrepreneurs will benefit from industry-leading business management support services, as well as financial literacy and financial services support.

A product of the prestigious University of Ghana with a bachelor’s degree in political science, then a multi-genre music and record producer developed an interest in music early in life by mingling with musically inclined artists. Nektunez also honed his skills playing traditional and percussion instruments in high school.

Nektunez is also Sound Designer, Mix and Mastering Engineer. His creativity has always been his best armor.

He taught himself how to play beats and spent countless hours in the studio perfecting his craft. This allowed him to develop a unique rhythm playing style, which allows him to stand out every time he does a production.

A few great producers influenced his playing style and Nektunez still admires them: Kygo, Don Jazzy, JR Rotem, DJ Khaled, Bon Iver and Kanye West.

“For me, it’s all about vibes and deep hypnotic grooves, playing those beats and creating those tracks that make you tap your feet and nod your head without realizing it, whatever the genre, whatever the tempo, the style or the release date,” he once said. said of his musical influences.

Nektunez has a huge array of star-studded production credits.

Currently, he’s going big with his passion in a way that allows him to “Bamba” and chill with the big boys.

List of tracks so far

1. Nektunez x Worlasi – Lowkey (Unreleased)
2. Nektunez – Soot
3. Mega EJ – Good Vibes
4. Camidoh – Midoh Blues
5. Pae – Can I stay? (Unpublished)
6. Lovince – Feel your vibe
7. R2bees – Your Love
8. M.anifest – We Manage
9. Tripcy f/ Lady Du & Pee Raven – Free Way
10. Selasi – NMB
11. Scott Evans – Ma Pe K3
12. Kojo Manuel x Kelvyn Boy x Nektunez – Pending
13. Reason – Weak
14. Nektunez x Goya Menor – Ameno (Amapiano Remix)
15. Martins – Fear (Last time under)
16. Nektunez – Rays of the Sun