Industry Event: WIZKID UK TOUR SHUTDOWN – Arrival, Press Conference, London School Visit

I have two articles I so want to share with you all. However, they require time and right now, Phew! Time is a luxury. However, I will get Wizkid’s story out and P-Square’s distribution deal, as promised. When? I dunno. I just know it must happen because it is in my head and will not get peace until I write it out.

In any event, pay attention to the clips below because majority of what I will discuss on the business of music from an event production, law, PR/publicity perspective are from these clips. Ropo is just killing it with his Cokobar team in the UK. They have set a very high bar within the Nigerian/African communities in the West on how to do it and do it right.

Have a great weekend folks. Stay safe and blessed.


The Arrival Into the UK

The School Visit

****The Press Conference – The very important one for our purposes. Pay careful attention here Industry.

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  1. Fabjoe says:

    Realy want to know wizz kid

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