With DAW Empire, it’s dawn of new era for artistes – Dami Adenuga
Popular Music Executive and Talent Manager, Dami Adenuga may have carved out a niche for himself in the digital marketing world, but with the final launch of his new public relations company, DAW Empire, he says it is a new dawn for the entertainment industry.
Like a man who seems to be on the quest to ensure the emergence of a new generation of digital media executives in Nigeria and beyond, Adenuga appears to have finally unlocked a new chapter on the entertainment scene.
With vast knowledge and years of experience as a social media influencer, talent manager, among others, Adenuga in a brief interaction said his mission to build a formidable force of A-list artistes through DAW empire has just begun.
For him, though the music industry may be expanding in leaps and bounds, it needs a well-structured platform that could harness talents, nurture them, and put them on the path of prosperity with careers being the main focus.
For him, nothing is worth doing if it is not impactful and this could be felt in some of the jobs Adenuga has handled and currently handles for top and fast-rising music artistes.
Over the years, Adenuga, who currently manages music star Jumabee, has been the brains behind product activations for organisations like D’banj records, B.A.D music, S2BD group, Nature Essence USA, Merrybet, among others. He has also played the roles of public relations manager as well as business manager for the likes of D’banj, Tonto Dikeh, Slimcase, Moneoa, and others.
“I am always open to new ideas and I follow my dreams with all vigour, drive, and passion. For me, an artiste needs a solid PR team that understands how-to guide and shape a career the right way and this is what DAW is bringing to the table. As somebody who has spent the last decade in the entertainment and social media circles, it is safe to say that I have built a brand that is respected and valued by many,” he said.
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