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Blacksheep Entertainment: Going beyond music, in South-East


From promotion of Musical talents, event promotion and sponsorship and now the brand BlackSheep Entertainment has raised the bar in humanitarian works by supporting motherless babies home, sponsoring school children tuition fees, the most basic and common act of charity.

Blacksheep Entertainment has raised the bar not just as an entertainment company, but also as humanitarian movement in the South Eastern part of Nigeria. They have sponsored and invested in businesses, assisted ailing families, and invested in the lives of destitute who have lost hope in life in the region.

BSE was founded by Ejimbe Vincent in the summer of 2017 as a deviation from the traditional trend of record labels.


Based in Lagos and has stayed true to it’s name by delivering scintillating summer parties that inject the whole eastern region with some stimulating buzz. Vincent figured out that when Nigerian Entertainment is being discussed, he wants people to realise that a touch of Humanitarian services to the entertainment outfit is only possible with his brand.

According to Vincent who said that Lagos is the location that singularly comes to mind of people when anything entertainment in Nigeria comes up.

He further disclosed that BSE intends to deviate from the trend by expanding the conversation to cover more locations in the country with it’s Entertainment outfit and the Humanitarian Services to the communities.

“Blacksheep Entertainment has continued to grow through the ranks, in popularity and quality works. Their productions and initiative has expanded in circumference in the recent years and we have become a household name,” he concluded.


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