Budding artiste Kasi, The June 12 Girl, has promised her record label owner, TOPS, Chief Tony Okoroji, that she would not let him down.
KASI, who was born on June 12, 1993 as Mary Anuforo, lost her civil servant father when she was just ten years old.
“I will never let Chief Tony Okoroji down,” said Kasi.
“I have found out that it is not enough to have talent, you have to have the opportunity to show the world what you can do. I have been everywhere. It was motion without movement. Then I found Chief Tony Okoroji. Thirty minutes after I was introduced to him, he listened to me sing, threw a battery of questions at me. He has become my Guardian Angel, dotting the ‘i’s and crossing the ‘t’s of my career.”
KASI, who was born on June 12, 1993 as Mary Anuforo, was reacting to an earlier praise from Okoroji in an earlier article.
About two weeks ago, Okoroji, who is Chairman, Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) and former president of Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria (PMAN) described Kasi in sterling words
“I am not sure that I have met any talent so real and genuine like the June 12 girl,” said Okoroji.
“KASI is absolute joy to work with. She is a natural and has inspired me in many ways. I can’t wait for Nigerians and the world to experience what I have seen in KASI.”
Okoroji has also worked for world-acclaimed recording company, EMI, as music producer and Artiste and Repertoire Manager.
Okoroji who owns TOPS, a company involved in music production, publishing, distribution and events, says that TOPS is ready to make a big statement soon with an outstanding group of Nigerian talents, including KASI.
Source : ThenationonlineThenationonline