Empire Entertainment to sign Okyeame Kwame on Thursday at Excel Lounge
Nathaniel Kwabena Anokye Adisi also known as Bola Ray is set to make history with the signing of Okyeame Kwame unto his entertainment powerhouse Empire Entertainment which houses other musicians like Guru, Double, Dr. Slim and other talented Ghanaian artistes who are being nurtured for mainstream success.
The history making signing is scheduled for Excel Lounge on Thursday, March 28. Contrary to what people are saying, Okyeame Kwame will not abandon his own record label, instead, Empire Entertainment will team up with the label to project his brands as well as handle his PR and other important areas.
This is not the first time, a top rapper is being signed by a vibrant management company like Empire but what perhaps separates this signing from that of the many is that both brands have distinguished themselves well and earned great respect in their various endeavours.
Empire Entertainment owned by Nathaniel Kwabena Anokye Adisi over the years has established itself as a credible Event & Artiste Management Company. They have created a niche as not only reliable but as a force to reckon with in terms of organising events and building brands for entertainers.
Several successful events like ‘Ghana Meets Naija, ‘Color Blocking’ HOOK UP Party’ speak volume of Empire Entertainment’s authority in organising success shows. They also contributed to the execution of the hugely success ‘Let It Rain Concert’ by Badu and the ‘Chris Brown Live In Ghana Concert’.
Over the last few years, Empire Entertainment has successfully designed and put together strong brands for artistes like Guru and Dr. Slim.
Okyeame Kwame on the other hand is a pure rap talent who has stayed true to the Hip Life genre and rightly so deserves the tagline “one of the biggest rappers of all time in Ghana” of his generation.
What such merger will bring to the entertainment industry in Ghana can only elevate the industry. Now can you understand why announcement of the signing last week has generated so much interest?