D’Banj’s Oliver Twist Gets 4 Nominations at the 2012 World Music Awards

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Dbanj-at-Sony-MusicThings are apparently going well for D’banj as his hit single Oliver Twist has been nominated in four categories at the 2012 World Music Awards, the highest nomination by any Nigerian artiste. The song is nominated in the Best African Act, Best Music Video, Best Song of the Year and Best World Artist

D’banj is also booked to perform at the Awards which will hold December 20th in Miami, Florida.

In a similar development, D’banj has also reportedly signed a distribution pact with UK giant music label, Sony Music Entertainment’s RCA Africa label; one of the flagship labels under Sony Music Entertainment.

Sony also signed a strategic partnership with D’Banj’s Nigerian record label DB Records, who’s catalog includes artists and producers such as J.Sol, Jay Sleek and DeeVee. DB will now have their records distributed by RCA which is also home to Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Mario, Monica, and Pitbull.

Source: Vanguard

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