Mr Sean Okeke Wins “Artist Manager Of The Year 2021” At The Beatz Award
The talented Nigerian artist manager, won his first award at the Annual Beatz Awards, which took place in Lagos, Nigeria, on November 28, 2021.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Sean Okeke, also known as Super Sean, is the Head Of Operations at JONZING WORLD ENTERTAINMENT, a firm formed by D’prince in 2018. He presently handles REMA and the rapidly emerging 2021 hottest new male star RUGER.
There with him in the category were:
• ASA ASIKA – – DAVIDO
• SEYI AWOGA – NAIRA MARLEY
• SEAN OKEKE – REMA
• BOSE OGULU- BURNA BOY
• MUYIWA AWONIYI – TEMS
• ALEXANDER OKEKE – OLAMIDE
Super Sean, who accepted the award virtually from Lagos, said:
“This is a big win for me and my team, and this award is also dedicated to all the hardworking artist managers out there. Anything is possible and achievable once you put your mind to it. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you’re from, you can achieve it, because you are born a WINNER.”
THE BEATZ AWARDS is a music awards platform created by Eliworld in 2016 to recognize and celebrate the creative brains behind music production, business, and distribution.
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