Obaino Music leads marketers for Money Making’s ‘Good to Go’ album

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Finally Money Making’s ‘Good to Go’ album hit the market after it was launched on Sunday March 8, 2015 at May Fair Hotels and Conference Centre Egbu Road Owerri, Imo State.
The 20-track album which has features with the likes of MJosh, Kelly Hansome, Gentle, UGems, Acharaman, Treasure Gold, Currency, Figo M, Frixoul, 2Black, Floxy, Prince White, Ryders, CBox, Capslock amongst others was launched in a classy event which no one has ever planned in the Heartland City of Owerri.

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The event which had some of the featured artistes performing was described by one of the high-profile guests as ‘second to none’.
“This event speaks of nothing but class, the organization is second to none and you can see how everyone is relaxed.
Money making is an artiste with lots of energy, he is talented and has a lot of good things ahead of him. I wish him the best and hope to see the album topping charts this year”
Having shelved the launching of the album in 2014 because of some professional reasons, Money Making took time to hook music marketing giants like Obaino Music, Uba Pacific and Onyi Music in the marketing of the album and he expressed his gratitude to God for every success he has seen so far.
“I can’t hide my gratitude, I owe it all to God almighty because everything came and went fine. I’m also grateful for the efforts of my friends, family members, Club members and fellow artistes. There was so much pressure for us to succeed because the media had already said so much about the album and God forbid we fail.
On the side of the marketing I am also happy that I am working with the best in the business: Obaino Music, Uba Pacific and Onyi Music. These guys are giants who can shake the industry, with a little move.
God bless everyone who supported me” He said after the event.

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