History was made at Media City, Dubai on Friday, January 20, when an arrangement to deliver a first-of-its-sort in Africa Poetry Album ‘A Poet Who Died by His Poem’ bargain was inked by Award Winning Dubai based Nigerian columnist, Author and Poet Godspower Oshodin and Music Producer Vstix for London Based Label Evision Music Group, helpfully called EMG.

A Poet Who Died by His Poem is a difficulty of hair-raising sonnets composed by Oshodin and it is expected for discharge on Amazon and other worldwide stages this January.

This acclaimed assortment of work contains subjects that length a few effective issues that influence the creator’s farm house, Nigeria, and likewise Africa, just as ingots on worldwide administration.

Different subjects contacted by this work are Love, Romance, Betrayal, Death and Love for Country.

The verse collection will be created, blended and dominated by Vstix, while Oshodin will play out the sonnets.

Likewise present among others for the agreement marking and press preparation were Lewis Macleod, Kutts and Yanik for EMG.

Top Image specialist, Tanimu Kazeem – close by Godspower Oshodin’s Manager, Ikechukwu Nnamdi Anyaegbudike, and preeminent Dubai PR Expert, Rahma Hamid.

While preparation the media, Oshodin clarifies that the foreseen project “…will set precedents and be eminent for blending self-arousing in basic masterminds, and furthermore appeal to audience members with heart.

This undertaking is a reminder,” he commented.

Vstix additionally communicated his enjoyment to be essential for the excellent and noteworthy undertaking; he guaranteed audience members an exciting time, as he vows to leave enchanted engraving on the work.

Vstix has worked with probably the greatest names on the Nigerian Music Industry scene including Davido, Olamide, Peruzzi, Vector and others.

Oshodin then again has composed many sonnets that have been explored and concentrated across Universities both in Nigeria and the United States.

He composed the authority sonnet for Nigeria at 55.

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