Industry Event: Artists, Music Executives, Actors Show BIG Love at the 2012 NEA Nominees Announcement Gala

If the turnout of industry people at the 7th Annual Nigeria Entertainment Awards (NEA) Nominees’ party is anything to go by, then it looks like this year’s event in New York will be off the chain!

In fact it will fly off the chain, cause a reaction and vamoose to the sky. So many people I did not expect, per my viewing of the clip, showed up. Ramsey Noah, Majid Michael, nice.

I remember when it appeared like the film industry just had no time for the music industry. Now, even actors and actresses want to be musicians. What’s that song. Aha! I go it. Wait:

“AH! YE MA FORM FAMILIARITY” that was the kind of show off Nollywood appeared to give the music industry”

Now, the Music Industry just ENTERS THE PLACE AND throws their “you best to get wid it” parties, TuFace Style.:)

Watch IROK TV CLIP (I like their event features but would appreciate hearing what the questions Ifeanyi the host is asking or at a minimum a text box with the questions so we know).

Head to for industry pictures.

Photocredit: Underdarock

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