|Actress Juliet Ibrahim Safo seems to be serious about her mission to conquer Ghana’s music scene and beyond.
Following in the footsteps of Genevieve Nnaji, Stella Damasus, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde and the controversial Tonto Dikeh, Juliet has released a single titled ‘Celebration.’
The song features fast rising dancehall artiste Jupita and was produced by Sammie Blac. Juliet has promised to consider her music talent as a major priority and is working on three other singles with the ‘Bayla Boys’ (R2Bees) and Nana Ama McBrown.
Singing at family gatherings and at church at age six, Juliet’s Sunday school teacher, Mrs. Danielle Dialllo expressed her surprise when she first saw Juliet in a movie.
“Juliet has being singing since childhood and I understand the delay because she has a scale of preference; so for me, I’m not surprised at all,” Juliet’s mother revealed. On January 1, 2013, sexy Juliet was named among the top 10 influential female celebrities in Africa for the year 2012.
Being the only Ghanaian on the list, Juliet Ibrahim and Omotola Jalade (Nigerian) are the only actresses believed to have impacted positively on the society in 2012.
The year seems to have started well for the actress as she tweeted, “it’s just the beginning…” Barely a week ago, Juliet’s name popped up in the compilation of the Highest Paid and Influential Actresses in Ghana.
“The greatest joy of every celebrity is to be honoured therefore I thank God for this recognition and I dedicate it to my team for the hard work,” Juliet said. Presently, the Face of Ghana Movie 2011 is on set shooting her first production as the executive producer under her nickname; ‘Jewelz’ Production.