Real name Emmanuel Chibuzor Ikpe is a native of Imo State in the
eastern region of Nigeria, currently based in Boston, U.S.A.
After almost losing his life to 2014 Nyanya Twin bomb blast, which
left him traumatized and needed a fresh start, Emmanuel Ikpe also
known as Muffius Moved to the United States in 2014 to further his
education. During his stay in the U.S, he discovered his passion for
modeling and his success and love for music often left him on the
fence, picking a side between Music & Modeling.
According to the Nigerian born singer, ” I thought to himself one day
“why can’t I do both?”
And since then he became consistent with both crafts.
British Vogue reached out to Tara Hallock a Connecticut American
designer “Elizabeth’s Dandelions” to do a feature of her business in
their 2020 November wedding issue and the June 10th Styled Shoot with
Muffius and American Model Julia Baker was selected to be featured in
the November’s Issue, and this landed them at Number 10 in the layout
of the November 2020 British Vogue magazine with American Tennis
Player Serena William on the cover page.
Muffius has also collaborated with one of California’s Top list
fashion designers “Ayler Young” PhilipAylerdesign who has collaborated
with A list celebrities as WizKid, Sean Paul, Gigi Hadid, Kendal
Musically his sounds will break into any market, with a number of
singles and videos released in the past years, Muffius is ready to
break into the mainstream in Africa by becoming the new face of
Afrobeat, his latest single is currently enjoying airplays and doing
well in the U.S and back here in Nigeria. Currently arranging a super
playlist to change your playlists, Muffius is gearing up to release
his debut E.P which will be majorly promoted back home and the body of
work will serve as a welcome home project to the Boston based Nigeria
According to the international superstar in a brief chat with
Adschieve Media, ” I’ve always been in love with the act of music
creation and there is something magically about creating music from
scratch which always left me curious especially back in secondary
School in Nigeria and also I do see a lot of musicians that have the
passion but their parents don’t believe in their dreams as much as
they do. I’m very lucky to have a very supportive parenthood towards
my music. My mother is my biggest fan and she has a good influence in
my music especially the “Yoruba” lyrics Aspect”.
The music industry is vast and with his fashion sense and
style of music, Muffius is the future of Afrobeat.
connect with Muffius on social media @Muffius and do not hesitate to
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