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I Go Blow… New Web Series From Spinlet

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Creative Lead SMATmedia Productions,Emmanuel Uduma (left), Segun Dada; lead actor, I Go Blow  Web series, Jaygo, CEO Spinlet, Nkiru Balonwu, OAP on NajiaFM, Ife ‘Ifektive’ Salako and Wazobia FM’s Tuebi ‘Tuale’ Abidde at the screening.

Online music platform, Spinlet, has unveiled its debut original web series, I Go Blow, with a screening of the first three episodes at a special edition of its monthly Karaoke Night, which held at the upscale restaurant, The Arena in Lagos.

The launch provided an opportunity for various stakeholders within Nigeria’s music value chain, from OAPs to artistes as well as popular Nollywood stars to relax and unwind in a convivial atmosphere. Some of the personalities who graced the event and also featured in I Go Blow include Tuebi Abidde, popularly known as Tuale of Wazobia 95.1 FM, Ife Salako also referred to as Ifektive of Naija 102.7 FM, radio diva, Omotunde Adebowale, Lolo 1 of Wazobia FM, actress and producer, Judith Audu, MTV Shuga leading man, Emmanuel Ikubese as well as newcomer and lead actor for the series, Segun Dada, also known as Jaygo.

The launch of I Go Blow, a collaborative effort with SMAT Media, showcased Spinlet’s move into wider media distribution, in addition to its core service offerings of promoting and selling music. Interwoven with comedy, the web series explores the issues that real artists face on their path to success. The main character, Xtra Large is a true reflection of many artists and their daily interactions with key stakeholders like radio On Air Personalities who are instrumental in the development of their music careers. Spinlet has also rolled out other original video content, including Lyrically Speaking and The Spindeck Show, targeting music lovers worldwide.

According to Rotimi Fawole, Head Business Development, Spinlet, “Our reason for exploring the web series market is based on the fact that Nigerians – and in fact Africans at large – have a penchant for comedy. It just makes sense to give them something funny with strong didactic elements while providing insights into the various scenarios that confront emerging artists. I Go Blow could not be more apt, as there are scores of artists, who because of desperation are ready to do absolutely anything to get ahead in the industry,” he said.

Fawole also informed that Spinlet recognises the importance of supporting upcoming artists and has plans to work with SMAT Media on subsequent productions.


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