VANES ENTERTAINMENT UNLOCKS ROOM 25 WITH ‘BATTERY GO LOW’
Topflight club,Escape was ignited on Saturday December 20, 2014 as sensational duo of Asin Tosan (D’Chaze) and Lawal Jubril ( Corporate Junior) better known as Room 25 was officially unveiled to the public after dropping their fresh and hot single ‘Battery Go Low’ released on December 13, 2014.
The event was graced by society notables and top notch acts who came to support Room 25 and Vanes Entertainment.
Battery Go Low’ described as a club banger was written by Room 25 and produced by award winning music producer Soso Beat for Omo Obasuyi’s Vanes Entertainment record label.
The Room 25 duo are undergraduates of Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State. While Asin Tosan is studying Electrical Engineering. Accountancy is Jubril’s preferred course. Both met in school and bonded to form Room 25.
” We are excited to be signed to Vanes, the prospects and the vision is so encouraging. What we have seen and gotten so far is indeed a reassurance that we made the right decision to team up with Vanes.
Battery Go Low is already making appreciable impact days after it was released. We are excited.
Watch out for our album. Its da bomb!”Room 25 assured.
Obasuyi, a US based businessman and CEO of Vanes Entertainment said his foray into the entertainment business was inspired by his wife who encouraged him in the midst of challenges to forge ahead and beat the best in the Nigerian music industry to take the number one spot.
“Vanes Entertainment is committed to giving the best. No price is too much to pay to be the best. Our studio is top of the range, our producer is an award winner respected in the industry and our artistes are challenged enough to give their best to earn the first spot. I humbly say, we are here now to cause a stir. Watch out for Vanes Entertainment, we have got so much up our sleaves, believe me.” affirmed Obasuyi.
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