Skip to main content

G12 Records' makes bold entrance into the Music World


The Nigerian music is set to witness a new label addition with a new inclusion into the very thrilling industry as G12 Records makes historic entry into the fray.

Entertainment is noted to be one of the biggest industries employing the teeming youths who leveraged on the creative music industry as part of their economic contribution to the nation; no wonder the Federal Government has embraced it as its focal policy direction to safeguard the intellectual industry in the country.

With the huge investment being deployed into the sector, it is imperative therefore that professionals not only enlist but make passionate contributions to the industry,  hence the entry of G12 Records into the Nigerian entertainment community.


G12 records was borne out of passion to contribute its quota to the creative industry by making Nigeria a hub for quality music which had the capacity to favourably compete with such outputs globally.
CEO of the label, explained that G12 stands for the 12 apostles of God, therefore establishing the foundation of the company on  God.   
According to him, four artists are already signed on the label and they include Mr John G, Maisty Sunusi who currently has a song - The Cover of Mad Over You by Runtown in the Hausa version. The song is presently enjoying massive airplay across radio stations across in the country. It is hoped that he would be dropping his official singles before the end of the next quarter.
Also on the label is Paul Ellis Osagie a.k.a Sazzy. The Edo state born singer who has strong passion for indigenous music cutting across the old and youth genres. 

G12 records offers a total package and could be reached for more information on 08036331030

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Why Pastor Goodheart Ekwueme Resigned From House on the Rock Church in Abuja

I have been in pains!

If you follow me on Instagram, you will notice, I put up my pastor and coach's picture last weekend because I was heart broken.
He is Pastor Goodheart Ekwueme, the outgone (as much as I hate to use that) resident pastor of my local assembly in Abuja. I and all those who knows him, are going to miss him soooooooo much, it hurts.

When Premium Times and NIRSAL Discussed How To Fix Nigeria's Agricultural Value Chain

Yesterday, Monday Nov.27, I was a rapporteur for this Agriculture summit by Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism and NIRSAL. NIRSAL is The Nigeria Incentive-based Risk sharing System for Agricultural Lending and is an agency of the central bank of Nigeria.

The event which held at the Shehu Musa Yar adua centre was attended by operators, government, and stakeholders of the Agricultural sector and

Jenny Chisom's 12 Codes of Conduct for Men That Rivals Any Male Code

It's been a tough past week so I am grateful for Sunday heralding a new week.
I have been burdened to create a Code of Conduct for members of the League of Extraordinary Men (LExM) on Facebook. So while I couldn't attend service, I sat down and wrote this down on my note pad, then typed it.
This came in a bid to begin to restructure the group to ensure it is serving the right purpose and the right men.

FEATURED ON

FEATURED ON