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The only son of multimillionaire businessman, Chief Felix Chidi Idiga, Chairman of JAFAC Group and JAFAC Foundation  is now set to rule the world music scene with his recent exploits in that sector.

The Amaifeke born son of a philanthropist shocked family and friends when he elected to go into Music as a carrier after successfully graduating from one of the best universities in the United States.

Fii3rd, as his stage name goes has three tracks album currently trending on the internet with the latest and hit track titled "Gbam Gbam".

'Gbam Gbam' which was officially released Wednesday, May 3rd has so far recorded close to 500, 000 visits and almost same share in just three days making it the fastest single online release in recent time.

Fii3rd is reputed to have acquired one of the best studios in Africa with State-of-the - arts equipment money can buy as his parents showed no qualms in their only son veering over the running of their chains of businesses.

"We are proud of our son. We have no problems with his choice of going into music. That is what he wants and it is what gives him joy, happiness and fulfillment. Our role is only to support and encourage him", says his mother Mrs Chinyere Idiga.

Fii3rd is getting set to work on his video which a source confirms to our online media platform and blog, Ifeanyicy.com, that it would be a bomb.

Fii3rd is not competing with anybody. He does his things his own way and likes taking his time in getting the best.
"He will soon drop his video, and I can assure you that when the video comes, it will worth the waiting", he hinted.

The public can freely download, listen and share fii3rd's new song  "Gbam  Gbam" on his website, https:/www.fiii3rd.com/music

Felix Idiga aka Fii3rd is the lead figure of The Phly Guys Entertainment. He is out with an incredible mid-tempo song titled GBAM GBAM! Wawuuu…GBAM GBAM! You heard!
This is coming after his debut single (SO STRESSED) which surfaced against the backdrop of the economic recession so became a toast on most radio stations across the land.


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