I Seek To Contribute Positive Economic Growth Via Entertainment, Says POJ Of Lagos

I Seek To Contribute Positive Economic Growth Via Entertainment, Says POJ Of Lagos

Adams Tunde Adedeji, in a recent chat with journalists, talks about nightlife, Afrobeats culture and the Nigerian entertainment industry.

The multidimensional entrepreneur, showbiz & entertainment executive and business mogul disclosed that he was set to redefine Lagos nightlife and the Nigerian Entertainment scene to promote a positive and conducive environment in the society and also to improve the economic factors of the nation.

Speaking about his weekly event which hosts at one of the biggest clubs & event spaces at the hub of Victoria Island, Lagos; POJ, revealed that the weekly event has hosted several celebrities and top personalities such as 9ice, Reminisce, CDQ, Skales, Sunday Are, Small Doctor, Sunkanmi, Spyro, Masterkraft, Slimcase, Rexxie, Jaywillz, Portable, Kogbagidi, Fioke, JZyno from Liberia, Onye Eze, DJ Consequence and more.

He continued, he said he was creating the desired ambience and secured environment to cater for discerning fun & entertainment seekers both home and tourists in Lagos.

Moreover, Adams also disclosed that he’s creating a memorable experience for party-goers with his partners Motbensonz & Paulash to contribute to positive economic growth in the nation and also to tackle the high rates of depression and mental health issues.

POJ of Lagos revealed that he is determined to inspire others to pursue their passions and break free from societal expectations.

Speaking about the Afrobeats culture, and the viral story of Wizkid – Davido troll; Adams said that Afrobeats is a culture that can’t be discredited because some legends from the past had laid down the heritage for the likes of Wizkid, Davido, Burnaboy, Olamide, Rema, Asake and other buzzing Nigerian new school musicians, which they are benefiting from today.

Furthermore, he said all these new artists were still playing their parts, and shouldn’t let the heat and fame of the moment get to them so they don’t disvalue the culture that has been built over the years, he concluded.

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