Music has played an imperative role worldwide and this has brought a force of collaborations and engagement in the industry. With its lavishness, it’s about time a lot of local artistes proclaim their craft globally and meet the right targets with the services they required
Warner music announces its partnership with Chocolate city and this has definitely called for greater imagination inside the business of music within Africa. The deal was initiated to widen at chocolate city reach with a number of artiste on the likes of M.I. Abaga, Femi Kuti, Dice Ailes, Nosa, ClassiQ, Ruby Gyang, Blaqbonez, C Kay and Street Billionaires, Brymo, Ice Prince and Jesse Jagz. In all out this has been the second association at Warner music has done with an African industry and Nigeria music industry has made some amazing progress with the affection afrobeats have been drifting all over various web-based platforms. So we hope to see more artists changing the business in all phases
“At Chocolate City, we have always been passionate about discovering and developing the best talent across Africa and giving them a platform for global growth,” said Chocolate City Group CEO Audu Maikori in a statement. “The partnership with Warner Music Group is unique in the sense that our clients get the best of both worlds — curated and bespoke services by a highly experienced team across Africa and a dedicated global team to further push their music and their brands.”
What are your contemplations about this deal?