Coming from the stable of Triple Ice Music, two new acts Nwafor Nnamdi, popularly known as DJ Ree and Obi Victor, also known as Veeko Kingz, who were signed into the label, were recently unveiled to the general public.
The CEO of the label, Gerard Ohagbulam, was of the view that the record label is ripe enough to unveil such talented acts into the music industry, adding that they have what it takes to explore the industry.
Nigerian Disc Jockey, Nwafor Nnamdi Henry popularly called Dj Ree is an all-round talented entertainer.
Apart from his skills on the wheels of steel, he also doubles as a singer, song writer, producer, sound engineer, DJ and an on air personality. In is very impressive career, he has performed for dignitaries and has headlined major shows at numerous occasions turning crowds to his choir on each occasion, he’s also shared stages with the likes of Timaya, Wizkid, 2face, D banj and a lot of other heavyweights. Before coming into mainstream entertainment, Dj Ree made himself a household name in the south-east and south –south regions of the country and now, he’s more than ready to make his mark and thrill the world at large.
Dj Ree brings a new blend of RnB /Pop, fused with a deep African feel, a way only him can execute with all ease.
Also, rising pop sensation, Obi Victor, popularly known as Veecko Kyngz hails from Ezinifite in Nnewi, Anambra State, Nigeria.
Veecko Kyngz is a graduate of Building Technology from ESUT who has been passionate about music since childhood before launching a professional career as a music producer in 2005.
In 2009 Veecko Kingz was officially unveiled as an artiste with the release of his debut single ‘MY CAP’ (Ikpu ya) which didn’t quite get a lot of attention until 2011 when the song became a MONSTER hit in the eastern part of the country.
Events that followed the success of the song came as a surprise. He started making waves in the industry with songs like IKEBE SUPER featuring Ruggedman, KWARANGIDA featuring Sym19 then “Thinking about You” featuring Selebobo and Farouk.