28 August 2012

Sierra Leone: Business Tycoon Mulls Over Album Release

Hit maker and popular businessman, Nasser Ayoub, said he is contemplating on his debut music album release in 2013. The qwner of Hotel Africanus - who is also credited with hit songs such as 'One Love' Featuring Diamond Saj, 'Na Lie' Featuring Rhage, 'Arawonda' Featuring Buba, 'Dem No Know' Featuring Star Zee, 'Tranga Hace Borbor' and his most recent 'U love Dae Insie Me' - said he anticipates a classic album launching at the National Stadium in early 2013.

The successful businessman turn-musician told this press earlier that music is his new found love. Ayoub said he ventured into the industry to exhibit his talent and also to add value to the Sierra Leone music industry.

In appreciation to his fans, he recently dished out one thousand singles compilation albums to them free. Ayoub said he hopes to launch his 2013 album in a grand style at the National stadium at a date to be announced later. He said plans are also underway to invite an international guest artist from the region to headline the show.

Nasser Ayoub is so far credited with close to 10 hit singles. He has also successfully directed two of his music videos. His 'Na Lie' remix and 'Tranga Hace Bobor' have received over 10 thousand viewers on his YouTube channel. His 'Na Lie' remix recently clinched the top spot at the Airtel music video playlist on SLBC TV.

Ayoub thanked his fans, DJs, friends and well-wishers for their continued support. He assured all that he will continue to produce hit songs.

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