24 September 2017

Nigeria: Brace Up for New Sounds, ZTM Entertainment Artists Warn Wizkid, Others

Best Osagie Inegbenosa, CEO of ZTM Entertainment, has boasted that his newly signed artistes, Ariyo Ayodeji Joshua, aka Ay Makanaki, Nkemchor Azuka Emmanuel, aka Reeze and Hable Abraham Osemekhian, with stage name, Rolly, are ready to take the Nigerian music industry by storm with unique sounds never seen in the history of Nigerian music, saying they will be giving reigning artistes a run for their money.

Boasting of how good the budding singers are, he took a swipe at acclaimed kings of Nigerian music, Davido and Wizkid, advising them and other top music stars to brace up for the challenge and brand new kind of music they are storming the music industry with.

"I believe so much in creativity and music as a whole; I've come to understand that if you work with the right set of people, a good team, you'll get to your desired destination. All I see myself achieving is success; I'm not seeing any challenges ahead. These newly signed artistes are bringing a new sound on board the Nigerian music scene, Davido, Wizkid and the rest of them should be on the lookout because something new, musically, is going to take them by storm shortly", he boasted.

Ariyo Ayodeji, one of the newly signed artistes bragged about the uniqueness of his sound. According to him, the likes of Timaya, Patorankin, Terry G and others are bound to give him a standing ovation when they listen to his unique sound.

"I'm bringing a new kind of sound to the music scene, not the regular sound you're familiar with, Patorankin Timaya and the rest of them should watch out because I'm not bragging about this, I know what I have and by God's grace I'm taking the Nigerian Music industry by storm, he said.


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