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Zainab Balogun, others, lead the #OneLifeLiveThem campaign

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Falz-copy-copyOver the last few months, Remy Martin has been recognizing and celebrating individuals for the multi talents and outstanding achievements. Zainab Balogun has become the first female influencer and Falz and Shody, who all embody the brand’s philosophy and lifestyle, are joining her in this campaign.

The campaign acknowledges that Nigerians are not defined by one talent or skill but are multi faceted and should be applauded for their many passions and so aims to encourage consumers to explore and celebrate all their talents. The campaign is a call to live richer, larger lives, to expand our horizons and seize the wonderful opportunities life ahs to offer, beyond the usual paths embraced by everyone.

Born and raised in London, Zainab Balogun is an actress, model and television presenter. Armed with a Law degree from the University of Kent, she is a professional model and has featured in several films and presently co-hosts and produces The Spot on EbonyLife TV. Balogun is also the founder of Think Social Ltd, a social media solutions agency.

Shody (Olakunle Oshodi-Glover) is a content creator and radio scriptwriter as well as a radio producer and voice over artiste. Running his production outfit called KSG Productions as well as being the assistant head of production at the Megalectrics Group, he brings years of experience to the campaign.

Folarin “Falz The Bahdguy” Falana is a returning influencer and is a complete embodiment of what the campaign stands for. Trained as a lawyer but having his hands in several pies in the entertainment industry, Falz continually shows us that it is possible to follow your dreams and profit from it as well, whilst encouraging others to live their lives to the fullest.

Watch out for some other individuals that Remy Martin recognizes and admires over the coming months.


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