For any music artiste that wants to thrive and dominate the music scene, they must leverage on the new wave of success sweeping across the African music scene.
This was the submission of management of fast-expanding music label, B.A.D Music Records as it makes grand entry into the music scene in Africa.
With record label owners now showing huge interest in the art of nurturing music acts and providing platforms that could help them fulfill their dreams, Big Achievable Dreams (B.A.D) said it comes into the industry with a breath of fresh air even as it promised to throw its weight behind the career of struggling artistes yearning for a platform to showcase their talent.
As part of its plans to lead the way, the South Africa-based company in a statement said it will support artistes with music production, marketing of their contents and branding and strategic planning, one that has the capacity to put their names on and songs on the lips of many music lovers within and outside the African shores.
“We have observed how artistes are struggling to show the world what they can offer and this is why we are offering to give them quality sound production, marketing, management and packaging for artistes of all genres. This cuts across Reggae, Pop, Hiphop, classic music and the likes,” it said.
The record label added that it was concerned with bringing the best out of its artistes, through engaging their sense of creativity, proper guidance, strategic planning and quality management.
On a quest to rebranding and refurbishing the entertainment industry, the record label believes in making positive changes to their local and international audience through the provision of top notch entertainment from all subsidiaries; music,film,events and lifestyle.
“We have a line-up of projects that would be coming up from December; our target is to provide opportunities for people, both young and old to explore their creative side and to develop them socially, mentally, financially as well as other aspects that would yield positive productivity,” it added.