– Singer Simi recently became the latest artiste to join the Platoon music family
– The platform is designed to discover the very best talents and provide them with the platform to create, distribute and commercialise exceptional creative work
– It was founded in 2016 by music industry veteran Denzyl Feigelson and LoveFilm co-founder, Saul Klein
– Simi took to her Instagram page to share the good news with her fans and followers
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Congratulations are in order for Nigerian singer, Simisola Kosoko (née Ogunleye) better known as Simi as she recently got signed onto the Platoon music family.
The platform is focused on discovering emerging talent and provide them with the platform to create, distribute, and commercialise exceptional creative work.
The new mother of one who is currently abroad with her singer hubby, Adekunle Gold, took to her Instagram page to share the great news with her fans and followers.
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She shared a video montage of her artistic works and talked about herself. Posting the video, she captioned: “New week and new deal. I’m officially part of the @weareplatoon family!”
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Platoon prides itself in discovering fearless creatives.
Founded by veteran entrepreneurs from the creative and tech industries, their mission is to discover the very best emerging talent (musicians, artists, writers, filmmakers, designers) and provide them with the platform to create, distribute and commercialise exceptional creative work.
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According to Billboard, since its 2016 founding, Platoon has provided 250 artists free studio time; funding for videos, promotion and marketing, distribution, tour support, playlist pitching, and data and analytics support from all digital service providers.
Simi announced the news on social media.
Photo credit: @symplysimi
As the coronavirus shut down countries around the globe and devastated the touring industry, it doubled down on those efforts. Platoon has offered six-month advances on royalties to 60 artists to give them financial relief while other income streams suffer.
In other news, popular Nigerian singer David Adeleke, better known as Davido has had quite a social media comeback. The singer who released his banging new single FEM and left social media buzzing is set to feature in a Hollywood movie.
Coming To America 2 – the sequel to its original released in 1988 – is set to be released on December 17, 2020 and our very own superstar singer is part of the amazing cast.
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