BREAKING: Whizflem Signs New Record Deal With Diamond Records

An undergraduate Boy on the block, studying Computer science in Adamawa State University (ADSU) Mubi, a vocalist, lyricist and rapper – Whizflem, is here to stay.

The Adamawa based art, might just have clinched a new record deal with the record label DIAMOND RECORDS.

The deal is said to sponsor the artiste welfare in every aspects of human race such as record bills and so on. Whizflem is currently putting more efforts and much work together, he will be releasing his new song in a couple of days time, Anticipate Shareholder which was produced by Royaltee.
More details coming!

Congratulations Whizflem!

The new acts joined the label’s foremost act, Ycee, who has been an outstanding artiste in the industry. “Dapo Tuburna is doing something different from many young musicians, he has a unique afro-beat sound that appeals to today’s trend and he definitely has what it takes to sustain it. Bella on the other hand is a skillful rapper who pays attention to detail in her songs. Both artistes have the qualities and potentials that we seek for in artistes as a record label” says Arokodare Tinny Timilehin, CEO and Founder of Tinny Entertainment. With the signing of the new acts, Tinny Entertainment has continued with its aim of creating opportunities for talented individuals. Born Oladapo Olajide, Dapo Tuburna is an afro-beat musician whose influence can be traced to the likes of Fela Anikulapo Kuti, Damian Marley, Femi Kuti and 2baba. Mabel Oine Alubo, better known as Bella, is a rapper who grew up in Jos and is influenced by the likes of Angel Haze, Drake and Klunem Slizzle. She has a mix tape titled ‘Bella the EP’ to her credit and is set to add more to it by getting signed to the label. “With the success we have made with Ycee, we see the need at this period to put out more talents; we are dynamic and can absorb artistes of different genres who make good music. We feel this is the right time to do that because we believe our newly signed artistes will bring a lot of accolades to the label and give Nigerians more good music” Mr. Arokodare concluded.

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