NAIJA ENTERTAINERS STORM THE DANCE WORKSHOP 2017

ALIBABA, KATE HENSHAW, PSQUARE, OMAWUNMI, VAN VICKER, DADDY SHOWKEY, MAYO ICEROX OKUNNU, AND MANY MORE TO MENTOR AT “THE DANCE WORKSHOP 2017”

“The Dance Workshop 2017 – Dance business is serious business”

The Dance Workshop promises to make a huge impact on the dance community in Nigeria as major celebrities will be standing with Kaffy to empower dancers and performers nationwide across Lagos, Ibadan, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Accra.

Enter The Dance Workshop 2017; the theoretical and practical workshop is a project created by Kaffy to educate dancers on the ethics and business of dance. The workshop will cover important topics such as; Attitude & Talent, Finance in Dance Business, Branding and the best use of Social media, Importance of technique and skill acquisition.

Facilitators will range from entertainment professionals, celebrities, representatives from financial institutions and media relations experts. The list of celebrity facilitators includes, Psquare, Kate Henshaw,, Alibaba, Omawunmi, Daddy Showkey and Lamboginny. The business professionals will also include finance/smart money experts such as; Nimi Akinkugbe and Arese Ugwu (Smart Money Arese), Bukky Karibi-Whyte (CEO Bobby Taylor Company) and many more.

The Dance Workshop 2017 will also welcome “Hollywood”, an international dance choreographer who has worked with various recording artists such as Chris Brown, Ciara, and Rihanna. Most recently, Hollywood choreographed Beyonce’s ‘On the Run Tour’, Nicki Minaj’s ‘Billboard Music Award’ performance as well as Jennifer Lopez’s ‘American Music Award’.

Be a part of the workshop and get a participation certificate that will be recognized globally.

“The Dance Workshop 2017 – Dance business is serious business”

Workshop Venues & Dates
ACCRA 6th June
Aviation Social Centre. Accra
ABUJA –7th June
Bodyrox Studios, Silverbird Galleria, Abuja.
IBADAN 8th June
Mauve 21, Ring road Ibadan
LAGOS 9th – 10th June
Eko Hotel and Suites Victoria Island
PORT HARCOURT 11th June
Port Harcourt Mall

Sponsored by – Spar, Techno Mobile, Boomplay, Prixair, Afrozons.

Other Supporters – Isysdrain, Mimkrump Studios, Dancetera Ghana, CBL Africa, Ksquare Guards, Port Harcourt Dancers Association, Papi J, Explicit Dance Crew, Kingslinkup Travel Agency, Ace Empire Media Agency, Covenant Itauma

Official media partners: Silverbird Television, Rhythm FM, Hip TV, Penzaarville, 360 Nobs, Beat FM, Eko FM, Cool FM, and ShowTimeNaija.

For more information on Sponsorship/Partnership & Media related issues
Contact:
Seal Kamson – 08187600000

Tickets are available on www.ijoda.com

Instagram – @TDW_Africa
Twitter – @TDW_Africa

DADDY SHOWKEY RETURNS WITH ONE DAY

Dance hall veteran musician Daddy Showkey marks a return into the music industry with a new single entitled “one day”.

The lyrics of the song has some similarities with that of Diana the song that  was popular some years ago. It is a hope song but different from Dina said Daddy Showkey in a chat with Show Time Naija.

The Delta state born artisite explain that the inspiration for the song “one day” came about while in a gathering of friends.

” I was in a midst of my pals drinking when the lyrics of the song dropped.”

He further explained that the song is aimed at encouraging people going through trials to be steadfast in their well doing adding that victory is around the corner.

Speaking on his relationship with younger artiste Oriste Femi, Daddy Showkey revealed that both are working on a collaboration which will be released pretty soon.

Download One Day >> https://www.360nobs.com/2016/08/music-daddy-showkey-one-day/ay

SECRET BEHIND SHOWKEY’S DREADLOCK REVEALED

Daddy Showkey is a household name in Nigeria, known for his Galala dance moves, which was a sensation in the late 1990s.

Since he discovered his music talent in the harsh slums of Ajegunle, Showkey has remained a source of inspiration to artistes from the Ghetto.

As a guest on a TV interview recently, Daddy Showkey declared that he cannot cut his dreadlocks.

 “I Decided to leave my dreadlocks because of the vow I made with God. I made a vow with God that if he makes me successful, I will not cut my hair. That vow has become a reality and that is why I won’t cut it, Why should I cut it when I am succeeding?”

Showkey also shed light on the changes in the music industry, its quite different from his days.

“In our time, it was about you and your music .You had to promote it yourself. Today we have the Internet. In our days, you would go from lagos to Port Harcourt to present your C.D. Things have changed now. Our people are embracing our music and that is a great thing,”


Rastafari!