A new record label, Dee Dee Records, is set to make a mark in the Nigerian music scene as it unveiled its Nigerian artistes last week in Lagos. According to the CEO of the label, Damien Iwumene, Dee Dee Records will take entertainment in Nigeria to the next level.
“We have been making noise in the US and we are known for what we do. Now we want to take the gospel back home and empower our youths. We have three American artistes and two Nigerian artistes so Dee Dee Records is one big cross-Atlantic family of talented artistes,” he said.
Iwumene added that right from his Secondary School days, he had always loved music. However, it was when he got to the US that he finally realized his dream after he set up Dee4 Dee Records three years ago.
According to Iwumene, the two new Nigerian acts to join the label are Saint Leo (the masked One) and Indo while its American artistes include Ptyute, Moses Efret and Mas Satrazy. However, he disclosed that the label is currently concentrating on releasing the debut album of Nollywood actor, Moses Efret.
“Right now we are pushing Moses Efret’s debut gospel album which should drop in May or June both here in Nigeria and in the US. Once we do that we will push St. Leo and Indo’s albums. They are currently in the studio recording. Moses Efret’s, Na My Time, so far has enjoyed massive downloads on the internet.”
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