The Founder/Chief Executive Officer, 11:59 records, George Aririguzo has said he is looking forward to winning a Grammy in the next five years.
Speaking in an interview recently, Aririguzo, explained that he had been a profound music lover but at the same time he had been finding out ways to play a role other than being an active music listener.
This he said, was behind the reason to set up the record label to unearth talented music artists.
“I kind of found out that the state of music now, I can do more apart from loving music. I can invest in music.” There were more motivations though.
One that hinged mainly on beaming attention on underrated talents. I know a lot of upcoming talents that are actually good. I was like I can actually show them to the world so that people can see their talent.”, he explained.
According to him, the record label which has been in existence for a year, boasts of a quartet of artists.
Aririguzo noted that the record label is set to introduce the industry to one of its impressive talents: MicTick, describing him as one of the best intriguing artists he has ever seen.
When asked about the label’s plans in the next five years, Aririguzo noted that the next five years represent an important phase for the new imprint while adding that he is well focused on churning good music to the Nigerian audience.
“In the next five years, I’m looking forward to winning a Grammy. MicTick’s first EP is on its way. It is going to be a dope project as there is no collaboration, it’s just listeners getting to know and fully experience who MicTick is.”, the 11:59 record label boss said.