Simi has bagged herself a music deal with Platoon, a UK record label acquired by Apple Music in 2016, to enable artists distribute their music independently.
The Nigerian songstress made the announcement on her Instagram page with a video in which she had a meeting with the Platoon family.
Recently, the CEO of Platoon Records, Denzyl Feigelson, revealed his label’s intentions to help fearless artists get through the pandemic. Some of the artists who recently joined the Platoon family include DJ Cuppy and Mr Eazi.
They have also handed out advances to various African acts especially in Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa, in the last three years.
“Platoon definitely stood out for me because of the energy. When you’re doing art, it is always important for everyone to be on the same wave length,” the singer stated concerning why the music label stood out for her. She added, “It was like a no brainer for me. We knew we wanted to work with you and collaborate with you.”
Feigelson, on his part welcomed Simi to the Platoon family saying, “We’re are really looking forward to seeing your music spread out to the entire globe, which it should.”
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