G-XPLOITS,STEEL, SHOOT MULTI MILLION NAIRA VIDEO IN SOUTH AFRICA
If you think that 2008 witnessed a massive change in Nigeria entertainment industry, then get set for a new army of upwardly mobile hip hop faithful that are screaming to the roof tops that Nigerian music industry would see the challenge moving at the speed of a jet in 2009.
G-xploits, a group consisting of three young men (Olufemi Amusan, a.k.a phemmy, Okey Uzoeshi, a.k.a okey and Seun Oyedokun a.k.a shay) appears to be ‘armed’ to the teeth with good looks, the talent and the passion to launch them to the international scene.
Recent information emanating from Yes Media, their record label showed that they just arrived from their trip in South Africa where they went to shoot their multi-million Naira video. In a statement, Yes Media disclosed that nothing is too much as far as quality is concerned. Emphasising that the four videos where shot in some of the most exotic locations in SA.At the moment, Channel O and MTV BASE are rollicking the airwaves with their video entitled ‘Bolu Molu Merente and Tear Rubber’.Right now, they are keeping sealed lips over their contract with YES MEDIA but remarked that its a worthwhile package.
Meanhwile, STEEL another fast rising artiste has also been signed on YES RECORD. STEEL has done stuffs with 2face,9ice and others in the past.He told us that he was shocked
with the kind of responses that he has been getting since one of his videos, 'Omoge'started playing on TV stations across Africa. He said, he would return to SouthAfrica soon to d more video shoot. At the moment, STEEL is more than convinced that he would live up to the
expectations of his fans.
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