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Finally, Okoroji’s Happy Music hits airwaves

By Chuks Nwanne   |   07 January 2017   |   3:07 am
Okoroji (middle) with models at the video shoot in Lagos.

Okoroji (middle) with models at the video shoot in Lagos.

After months of working on his return to stage, Lagos-based radio station Beat FM 99.9 has finally introduced Tony Okoroji’s latest single Happy Music to listeners. The track is one of the songs off his yet to be released album.

However, as the track was pumping on Beat FM, on New Year Day, it was also hitting the airwaves at radio stations across the nation in what is clearly a well-coordinated release by TOPS, the record label owned by Okoroji himself, who has promised that with an abundance of talents, TOPS will be a significant player in entertainment production, distribution, publishing and events organization across the Nigerian nation in 2017 and beyond.

Meanwhile, the video of Happy Music shot at Philip Trimnell’s enchanting Chakaville Beach Resort, near Eleko, in the outskirts of Lagos, is already in circulation. The video with some vivacious dancers is set to hit TV screens all over Nigeria before the end of the first week of 2017.

While all hands at TOPS are on deck coordinating the muscular roll out of Okoroji’s latest single, every system is being readied for an explosive introduction to the world of the Nigerian music industry’s recent most talked about songstress, KASI, the June 12 Girl, who will on Saturday January 14 simultaneously drop two big singles.

KASI, the red-hot power bike riding damsel, who made a cameo appearance on the Happy Music song and video, will explode on the scene with LOVINJAITIS, her thumping dance song guaranteed to get everyone gyrating on the dance floor for months. She will also simultaneously release Ifunanya, a truly romantic love song which will show the wide range of the talent of this young lady who is sure to be one of Nigeria’s most wanted performers in the years to come.

Speaking about KASI, Chief Tony Okoroji, who is also Chairman of COSON, Africa’s fastest growing copyright collective management organization for music, said “I am 100% confident that KASI will rock the world and TOPS is leaving no stone unturned to ensure that the June 12 girl, the first lady of TOPS, gets a roll out like no other.”


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