Irabor vouched that his platform is growing to be a home to raw talents. He intends to see them grow into musical products and services that Nigeria can boast of.
Asides from well-known artiste such as Zlatan, the platform is also the home of fast-rising Afro pop act, Oga Network.
Irabor further explained that he has had a good year with both artistes and he’s not stopping work on their uncompleted projects anytime soon. He disclosed his desire to sign on more talents but prioritises the two rising star for now.
He also admitted that things started rough for him, noting that he lost his parents early in life. “I ventured into business as a petty trader when I lost my dad. I lost my mum few years after my dad’s demise and I have six siblings to take care of. As the only son, I had to make sure my sisters didn’t lack. I was always thinking of how to multiply any business I invested in,” he recalled.
As an entertainment executive, he is grateful for the past year, while making plans for this year. “2019 has been very challenging but yet very successful. One thing I have learnt in the year was that hard work and persistence will forever have good rewards,” he said.
From planning to launch the biggest analogue recording studio in the country to discovering and signing new talents, Irabor urged Nigerians and music lovers at large to expect more from the label as they will continue to deliver with more good music, concerts and good work in the New Year.