PR EXPERT, KOLAWOLE SUNDAY JOINS GRAMMY RECORDING ACADEMY
The PR expert stated that there is a lot that can be achieved by working collectively to actualize a goal.
Public relations expert and founder of Scoop Universal, (the PR company catering to Bnxn, Darkoo, Tiwa Savage, and W4) Kolawole Omobioriowo, fondly known as Scoop, has expressed his excitement about being one of the few accepted to be a member of the Recording Academy.
Kolawole, who could not contain the joy, expressed excitement at the prospect of being one of the selected few eligible to vote in the new category for an artiste of their choosing.
“I am super elated to share the news of my acceptance into the prestigious Recording Academy. This cheering news is coming against the backdrop of the consideration given to Afrobeat by the Grammy Awards, and I feel truly proud to be part of this new development.
“Being accepted into the Academy simply means I will be eligible to vote in the new category for an artiste of my choice, and I can’t express how much joy this feat has ushered into my life and career as a music executive.”
He described it as a dream come true, stating, “This for me is a dream come true, and it bestows on me the duty to remain focused and diligent with my work.”
He has often been a connecting link responsible for creating platforms and opportunities for many in the Nigerian entertainment Industry and internationally.
For him, the plan is to let the world feel the potential that Nigeria is blessed with and connect with that uniqueness to achieve greater things.
He has often clamoured for the promotion of African sound through international connections and collaborations that are capable of building long-lasting relationships among artists both at home and abroad.
Furthermore, the PR expert stated that there is a lot that can be achieved by working collectively to actualize a goal.
“My dream is for my colleagues to build long-lasting relationships that will foster unity and bring collaborations that will benefit all of us, especially as pertaining to music,” he said.
Source: Nigerian Tribune