Jul 19, 2017

D’banj Signs New Global Distribution Deal With Priority Records

Nigerian born singer-songwriter, musician, entrepreneur, humanitarian and philanthropist Daniel Oyebanjo; known to most as D’Banj signed a global distribution deal with Priority Records.

The arrangement permits capable craftsman in Africa that are endorsers of the Creative Reality Entertainment Arts and Music Digital Platform (C.R.E.A.M.) to now approach worldwide appropriation through Capital Records, parent organization of Priority Records; by D’Kings Men Media Limited (DKM), parent organization of D’CREAM Records.
“I am so lowered! A fantasy that begun on paper has at last happened as expected. Africa is the eventual fate of the world,” said D’Banj. “A year back, I propelled a stage to enable imaginative gifts to discover their fantasies crosswise over Nigeria. The stage was created by Africans, for Africa, to feature specialists over the world. It is demonstration of what I generally say that, content is the New Crude Oil.”

The arrangement comes soon after the current 130-million dollars valuation of the one-year-old C.R.E.A.M. Stage by one of the World’s driving evaluators KPMG. D’CREAM Records is getting down to business with the arrangement as it discharges D’Banj’s most expected fourth studio collection Project King Don Come.

Need Records is an American record name that changed the music business by spearheading appropriation manages craftsman run organizations. Need is known for some profoundly fruitful specialists including Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Master P, Jay-Z, and Snoop Dogg. It additionally dispersed hip bounce record names including Death Row Records, No Limit Records, Roc-A-Fella Records, and Wu-Tang Records.