25th May, 2012
Afam Fiasco Entertainment owned by a Nigerian based in Canada has recently signed three artistes, Shun-don, Ruddy tee and C-max, into the record label.
Shun-don comprising two male artistes, Justus Chidiebere and Olaitan Adewusi recently released a single titled: Omo Naija. They started music way back in secondary school days and decided to merge in 2003 to make their dream a reality. Justus is from Imo State while Olaitan is from Oyo State. They are both undergraduates of Yabatech.
The song talks about Nigeria and the green white green flag. It also pleaded with those outside Nigeria to come back home to make the country great. The song also urges the youths of this country to believe in themselves.
Taiwo Adetola known as Ruddy tee is an indigenous rapper who raps with the Yoruba dialect. He just released a single titled: Jeomo, which means Let them know in English.
Ruddy tee started music seven years ago but came into limelight with his single, Jeomo which is currently enjoying airplay in media houses.
Maxwell Okoh popularly called C-Max plays the R$B genre of music and is out with a new song titled: Tene.
The fair complexioned artiste has been in the music since 2001 and has been climbing the ladder of success.