The recent wins by Burna boy and Wizkid at the Grammy’s Award have continued to generate traction from the world all over.
One of the fast-rising music record labels in Nigeria, TMW-TNKAY Music Worldwide has stated that winning the Grammys Award by Burna boy and Wizkid is a great motivation for the music industry in the country.
Speaking with Newsmen recently, the record label chairman, Mrs Temmie Olabode explained that music being a serious business can’t be put aside, adding that music is a way of life and cannot be over-emphasized in these contemporary days.
“Music business is a serious business and can’t be put aside. The entertainment industry is a business that generates value by providing people with something interesting to do. It’s a form of activity that holds attention or gives pleasure and delight to people.
“The global recorded music industries are experiencing a period of growth over the years. This rapid transformation of the music industry is through the innovation by record labels,” Olabode said
She however pointed out that as a country that values cultural heritage, TMW will use influence as a means to promote African values, adding that it will focus on the Nigerian entertainment industry for now.
While stressing that TMW-TNKAY Music Worldwide will make the music industry in Nigeria stand out to an enviable height, she maintained that the label will further create opportunities for serious talented artistes.
Meanwhile, TMW-TNKAY music worldwide just signed a famous artiste, Mr Ayoola Johnson, popularly called AY.com and appointed royal ambassador, Barr. Habeeb Whyte as its legal adviser.
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