Entertainment enthusiast and businessman, Bright Stephen Asemota is optimistic about the future of Nigerian entertainment industry.
The record label owner, singer and actor believes that Nigerian music is on the world map and can comfortably compete in the international stage.
The 33 year old entrepreneur who recently unveiled his music label says he is investing his money in Nigerian music due to his love for the industry as a whole and also to support young aspiring talents in realizing their dreams.
“Entertainment is a part of my daily life ,I am funny ,I love acting ,and I love music production too. I decided to invest into the entertainment industry so talented kids that can put the country on the map get the opportunity to be heard and seen”, says CEO Huddersfield Group and King OC Music.
“Many of us never had the opportunity so now I want to be an opportunity for someone to achieve his dream”.
Continuing, King OC as he is fondly called, described Nigerian music as world class, stating that the rest of the world now have their focus on Afrobeats due to its uniqueness and originality in terms of sound and composition.
“The industry is on a new level , so many talented artistes ,producers ,and the sound coming from the Nigerian, Nigerian music industry is world class and it is worth investing in looking at the result thus far, our music has broken boundaries and gone beyond Africa”.
Born February 1987, King Oc is a graduate of Business Management from the University of Benin.