showbiz guru, Bayo ‘Howie T’ Odusanmi and partner Dipo Abdul have finally set the ball rolling for their highly anticipated record label. 

The label, Kiss Music, is the artiste development and music recording arm of the tripartite entertainment empire, Kiss Group (comprising of Kiss Media, Kiss Events and Kiss Music). The expected laugh of Kiss Music had been anticipation by music lovers and critics alike since Kiss Group unveiled Back Solo in November 2006.

Howie T earned his big stripes six years ago when he unveiled Hiphop R&B superstars P-square under Timbuktu Music – a record label he ran independently before he met his partner in ‘more money making.’ With the emerging success of Black Solo Howie proved tio Nigerians once again that his ability to discover music geniuses wasn’t a fluke.

Already signed to label are Black IQ, Street Disciples, NBX, Cyrus da Virus and Knighthood, and front liner, Black Solo.

Hell bent on ensuring that only the best product emerge from the label, over ten million naira have been budgeted for music video production, according to close sources.

“We expect to launch four of our six artistes by the end of this quarter. [Kiss Media] is also on the verge of test running its first television show called the Kiss Party Train. Nigerians – and the world – should expect nothing but quality content and tight packaging from Kiss Group. We’re ready!” says the very confident Howie.


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