Timaya, Sean Tizzle Now MTN Brand Ambassadors

It was, indeed, a moment of glory for popular Dancehall and Afro Hip hop artiste, Enetimi Alfred Odom, aka Timaya, and fast-rising Hip hop artiste,  Seun Morihafen, aka Sean Tizzle, when they were officially unveiled as brand ambassadors, among others, for the telecommunications and ICT company, MTN, last week in Lagos.

During the occasion, the Chief Marketing Officer, Larry Annetts, said: “The unveiling marks the beginning of a better life and connectivity between the company, the artistes and consumers through digital possibilities, especially downloads of callertunez and assess to exclusive digital music distribution services that it provides.”

Against this backdrop, the addition of Timaya and Sean Tizzle has now swelled the number of MTN brand ambassadors to 21.

Not long ago,  Banky W., Harrysong, Dr. Sid and Sound Sultan were announced as the company’s brand ambassadors, just as the contracts of Iyanya Mbuk, Wizkid and a host of others, including Yaw, Nedu, Mama Gee, Saka and Nkem Owoh, a.k.a Osoufia, were renewed.

At the event, Praiz’s Mercy and Timaya’s Bow Down, which are both new singles, were premiered, in addition to musical videos by Chidinma and Tiwa Savage.

Meanwhile, sensational singer, Kcee, used the occasion to present a prize to the winner of his Fine-face competition.

Also premiered was the collaboration between South Africa’s duo of Theo Kgosinkwe and Nhlanhla Nciza, a.k.a Mafikizolo, and Nigeria’s Davido. The trio premiered the song titled Tchelete, which means ‘Goodlife’.

Kgosinkwe was obviously elated, as he enthused that the song was the best collaborative work he had ever done with any foreign artiste.

Some of the top celebrities in attendance during the glamorous event include Oritse Femi, Ghanaian diva, Rebecca Acheampong, aka ‘Becca’, Vector, Ice Prince, Solid Star, Dayo Adeneye, Kenny Ogungbe, Ayo Animashaun, TY Mix, Olisa Adibua, Yaw and Tee-A.

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