Music Business

Video: D’Banj Talks About Signing Actress Tonto Dikeh, New Reality TV Show, & Relationship with Genevieve Nnaji

D'Banj and Roc Nation's Rita OraWatch the conclusion of D’Banj’s interview with Toolz. Watch part I & 2 here. Also decide whether he is serious or joking when he talks about signing Tonto Dikeh and his relationship with Genevieve Nnaji. I am more interested in what he had to say about building a new company, launching a new reality tv show, and staying focused on his craft. I am also not feeling his statements about working with Nigerian female artists. It seemed a bit more serious about working with female artists at the end of his interview.

“This is perhaps the Juiciest installation of the our 3 part interview with African Maga Star, D’Banj, as he reveals the truth about his relationship with Genevieve Nnaji, that he’s not single and contrary to what people may think, he is not cheating and his desire to sign Tonto Dike to his record label. But that’s not all, watch the full interview to find out more.”

-Uduak

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