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Doro Musik Gang Signs Lyta, Unveils Plans

Okoye Chima

Sept. 21, 2019

In line with its vision to help music talents maximize their potentials, showbiz promoter, Yusuf Abdou Ramy, also known as Doro Bom, has unveiled plans for his Doro Musik Gang record label.
The label has also signed ex-YBNL artiste, Opeyemi Babatunde Rahim popularly known as Lyta after he made a passionate cry for help since falling out with his ex-record label.
Clearing the air on the singer’s new deal, Ramy said they saw an opportunity in the singer. “Lyta was already making waves before he got signed to the label. Of course he was not contract binding to anybody or any label and we at the label saw an opportunity to sing a young and futuristic act with the mindset of progressing in the industry,” he said.
Speaking on his antecedents in the entertainment industry and record label, the showbiz promoter, who is born to a Nigerian mother and Cameroonian father, expressed commitment to connecting African talents to the world.
“I schooled partly in Nigeria and Cameroon before completing a degree in Business at University of Buea in 2010. With Doro Musik Gang, I want to capitalize on the growing entertainment market across Africa to the world through the production and promotion of high quality entertainment. We are a multimedia entertainment company, which will supply profitable, positive, audio and visual entertainment to a diverse, international consumer group. Doro Musik Gang is committed to wholesome entertainment across the board and firmly believes that quality, palatable entertainment can be realized without compromising commercial appeal.”
Doro Musik Gang launched out officially in August 2018 with songs from its act, Bobby Jazx such as Kowope, Key, Show Dem featuring Zlatan and others. The label has helped Lyta to release the hit song, Monalisa with a remix featuring Davido.
“Topmost among our goals is to design and provide creative and effective marketing for its artists. As music is being produced in studio, promotion and marketing strategies will be formulated. It is crucial that the marketing plan for each new release is in motion several weeks before the product is completed in studio,” Remy said.
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