- Nigerian singer and songwriter, Larry Gaaga, has taken his music career to another level
- The music star recently took steps to go international with his recent move
- Larry Gaaga was signed by Peermusic UK and he took to social media to celebrate
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The Nigerian entertainment industry is undoubtedly a competitive one and celebrities are constantly kept on their toes to remain at the top and not fade into oblivion.
It is no longer news that a number of talented Nigerian artistes are no longer content with making music for just their local fans and have extended their tentacles to foreigners.
This big move has helped to spread Nigerian music across the world and talented singer and songwriter, Larry Gaaga, has taken steps to join the big league.
Just recently, the Low crooner took to his Instagram page to announce big news with fans. The music star just got signed by Peermusic UK.
Gaaga shared a post from a magazine about his new music deal. According to the post, the music star was signed by the UK record company for an exclusive global music publishing deal.
After the post was shared, congratulatory messages started to pour in from music lovers, his colleagues and other fans. See his post below:
Congrats to Larry Gaaga.
In other music news, Legit.ng reported that top Nigerian singer, Burna Boy, recently got Nigerians buzzing over his music collaboration with popular English singer, Sam Smith.
Burna Boy had an amazing year 2019 in the music industry and many wondered if he would be able to surpass his feat in 2020. Well, the self-styled African Giant is obviously not resting on his laurels and has big plans for the year despite things slowing down due to the coronavirus.
Sam Smith had shared a short snippet of their new song together titled My Oasis. The song was released on July 30, 2020.
After the English singer shared the news, a number of Nigerians took to social media to react to it. A number of fans used it as an opportunity to praise Nigerian musicians.
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