With a seven-year successful acting career, curvy Ghanaian actress of Lebanese descent, Juliet Ibrahim, is now sinking her heart deeply into what she describes as her first love – music.
Riding on the back of her sultry looks, the sexy actress, has since 2007, when she first hit the silver screen, risen to become one of the best Ghallywood and Nollywood actresses.
But she now appears more focused in pursuing a professional path in the music industry. And after three successful singles, the diva has gone back to the studios to record yet another single; the fourth to be released since 2012.
“I’m currently working on a new song and so far, I’m loving it,” Juliet Ibrahim revealed in a recentvobolo message she tweeted to her fans. Sammy Blacc, who produced two of her singles (Celebrate and Traffic Jam), is the producer of the new track.
The actress has also revealed she’s currently working on an album, which Infoboxdaily.com gathered is likely to have six tracks. “I’m working on an album to be released hopefully before the end of this year so watch out for that,” she said.
The 28-year old, who also doubles as a movie producer, already has two more yet-to-be-released singles, which she hinted will be on the upcoming album.
She’s also working on her second music video for the track “It’s Over”. It features Nigerian reggae and dancehall artiste, General Pype. It’s expected to be out by the end of June.
The mother of one, in January this year, told Nigeria’s Vanguard Newspaper that: “Music is my first love. It’s something I have been passionate about since I was a child.”
She said the flourishing venture is just “a stepping stone. So, it’s just a case of me living out my dream.” On how far she intends to take her new profession, she replied, “I plan to go as far as God takes me”.
Beyond her career, Juliet Ibrahim has over the years, been involved in charity, which has been a great pillar behind her success so far.
Her Juliet Ibrahim Foundation is focused on creating awareness on kidney cancer and providing necessary interventions to ensure Ghana and Africa are free of such issues. It also seeks to raise funds to support poor people suffering from various medical conditions.
Juliet recently signed up as an ambassador for a UNAIDS campaign; Protect the Goal, which seeks to create awareness on the need for the youth to practice safe sex to avoid contracting the HIV/AIDS.