With the launch of Crystal Empire Music and Records (CEMR), the face of Nigerian music is about to change for the better.
These were the words of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of CEMR record label, Godswill Osazee, who disclosed that music business in the country will not remain thesame again.
According to him, the golden era of Nigerian music may have finally returned going by the vision of the new record label (CEMR), which is to discover, promote, market and manage talents across the country and beyond.
With a well-equipped studio and vast experience in show business, Osazee hinted that the label would bring international standard into the running of music business in Nigeria.
In his words: “It’s a thing of joy to unveil this record label and music company and I’m glad that my dream for the music industry is taking shape. African music industry had witnessed rapid growth in the last couple of years with several artistes making headlines internationally. They have also made it to the top of music charts across the globe while also featuring on songs with international acts. The new label is ready to not just change the face of the music industry but also contribute to the success recorded in the industry so far.”
Osazee stated further: “While big African music talents seem to be taking over the music industry, not so much has been done to help the young, talented up-and-coming acts. This is where Crystal Empire Music and Records comes in, and very soon, it will be signing young, talented up-and-coming music acts.”
On his part, successful businessman and co-founder of the label, Osabueku Obazee Jnr., said the label would take over the global music industry with loads of good music.
“We are a brand that intends to take over the global music industry with loads of good vibes. We are currently making arrangements for the unveiling of our first act that is set to change the face of music through his talent and beautiful works,” he said.
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