A United States of America-based Nigerian, Princepaul Agbonlahor, has said that his music label, Lahor Music, was to help position talents for the global entertainment space.
In a statement sent to Saturday Beats, Agbonlahor noted that the label was set to change the narrative, and bring about a positive revolution that would help Nigerian artistes.
The statement read in part, “Nigeria’s entertainment industry is no doubt one to identify with globally, as it continues to evolve, and rubbing shoulders with leading international stars.
“This development is influencing major sponsors and entertainment lovers to invest and be involved in the industry. That is also why we joined the movement with veritable tools to change the narrative further.
“I am so motivated to help the youth in a positive way to discover new talents, with the purpose of aligning them globally. It is also a way of giving back to the society that showed me love and raised me.”
He continued, “My beliefs and some of my dreams could be attributed to the fear of God, which is why I have chosen to always use whatever medium I have to help, support and encourage people, within my capacity. For me, that is the only way to eradicate poverty and empower people to become better.”
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