In a recent contract signing arrangement between the Australian Entertainment promotions brand Emete Entertainment and Nigerian booking and management company H&M Nigeria, the CEO of Emete Entertainment “Mr Emete EJ” (A Nigerian-Australian man) told the press that as a result of his over a decade experience in the show business and producing of sporting and music events in Australia and different parts of the world, it is only a perfect time to furthermore deepen his ties with the Nigerian Entertainment Scene, creating more international markets and platforms for the Industry.
Understanding the uniqueness and demand for Nigerian Music Globally, we can only open more doors and keep growing, it’s the reason why in 2023 we are putting out 43 concerts and several class of events in Australia and Zealand. All these events would be headlined by Nigerian Artistes and Entertainers.
As 2023 progresses we might extend our tours to other countries of interest with a simple mission to amplify the Nigerian Music Industry Internationally.
My company’s partnership with H&M Nigeria is to work with a reliable booking and such as H&M Nigeria. Since 2010 H&M Nigeria has successfully handled well over 60 celebrity bookings with zero failed bookings. That’s a track record for reliability and it’s a reason why through them we will be bringing Nigerian headline artiste to Australia and New Zealand for multiple shows all year round in 2023.
The CEO of H&M Nigeria, Mr. Harrison Akadidi told the press on how significant this partnership is; stating that it is a fact that Nigerian Music has dominated America and Europe, a fraction of Middle East and Asia but however his partnership with Emete Entertainment makes a huge difference in the Nigerian Music Dominance in the Australian Continent. This partnership is a win for the Nigerian Entertainment Industry and we are already working and preparing ourselves towards 2023 Touring Calendar. We are proud to be part of this incredible endeavor for the Nigerian Entertainment Scene in 2023. We are also reaching out to a number of organizations and individuals in the creative space to make sure this is a collective effort to dominate the Australian Continent with Afropop or to say; The Nigerian Sound