“OG Before IG”: Olu Maintain’s Yahooze Producer Puffy Tee to Unleash 3 Artists on Big Beats Records

“OG Before IG”: Olu Maintain’s Yahooze Producer Puffy Tee to Unleash 3 Artists on Big Beats Records

  • A new record label, Big Beats, employed the services of ace music producer Puffy Tee to nurture its new artists
  • The label's newly signed three artists, Tyrod, Sosi and Leolexxy, are to learn under the tutelage of Puffy Tee
  • The label boss, Abimbola Hakeem, noted that his team will groom the new acts in Big Beats Record Academy before launching their music to the public

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Renowned singer-songwriter and record producer Puffy Tee is credited with the success of songs like 9ice’s Aiye and Mayorkun’s debut song, Eleko. He had also worked with Davido, Ghana's VVIP, and many other artists' hits.

Puffy Tee is set to launch three new singers into the entertainment industry under Big Beats Records, a new record label owned by Abimbola Hakeem and media personality Kunle Rasheed. The three new acts were screened and picked after a rigorous process spearheaded by veteran singers Jazzman Olofin, Tony Tetuila, Durella, Sophie Ejiga and Puffy Tee.

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Puffy Tee grooms new acts
Puffy Tee set to use his magic wands on new acts under Big Beats records. Photo: itspuffytee, big_beatsrecords
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The three new signees of Big Beats Records are Saheed Sabih, who goes by the stage name Sosi, Quadri Rasheed as Tyrod, and Olamilekan, who goes by the stage name Leolexxy. The three new acts were unveiled on Sunday, May 1. Puffy Tee, the label’s official producer and consultant, said the artists will be groomed in all areas of music-making before dropping songs for public consumption.

Label chairman and co-founder Abimbola Hakeem noted that the new acts will attend the Big Beats Records Academy, which boasts state-of-the-art equipment ranging from digital studio to analogue, where they will be groomed before entering the music industry. He also noted that the new acts were signed to the label with the consent of their family members, who signed as witnesses, and also in the presence of the company’s lawyer.

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Puffy Tee gives reasons Burna Boy, Wizkid abandon Afrobeats

In an earlier report, Puffy Tee, in an exclusive interview with Legit.ng, shed some insights into the reasons behind the actions of the top three, Davido, Wizkid and Burna Boy, jettisoning Afrobeats.

The Yahooze producer described the music industry as a deep black hole while insinuating that the big three were distancing themselves from Afrobeats to gain access to certain doors.

The producer explained that any genre that includes African drums is classified as Afrobeats and is not limited to Nigeria but also Africa.

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Sola Sanusi (Entertainment HOD) Sola Sanusi is Head of Entertainment Desk. She is an astute, veteran entertainment/lifestyle journalist with almost two decades of work experience in both print and digital journalism. Sola has a degree in English and Education from the University of Ilorin, Kwara state. She is a 2005 Celebrity Media Awards nominee and 2012 Mother Drum Golden Awards Entertainment Writer Recognition recipient. She joined Legit.ng in 2015. Contact me via sanusi.bodunde@corp.legit.ng.

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