By Segun Adebayo
As the African entertainment and lifestyle continues to grow and expand, many Africans living outside the shores of the continent may begin to have a feel of the success being recorded by some of their countrymen as Nigerian and South Africa-based showbiz promoter, Timothy Omoefe Imumohi, otherwise known as OT has hinted his desire to bridge the gap.
OT, who is an entrepreneur and showbiz personality in an interview, disclosed that he has always been passionate about connecting the African Diaspora through lifestyle and entertainment, adding that beyond throwing up parties for his colleagues regularly, he wants to be known as somebody who created lifestyle for people across Africa.
Speaking further, OT who is the founder of BaselineDeck said his interest in entertainment began with hosting birthday parties for friends and colleagues in clubs and it soon grew to the level of hosting shows and music premiere in night clubs both in South Africa and Nigeria.
He added that while he has built a reputation as the man anyone could go to for a proper event, he is switching things up now with BaseLine Deck, an entertainment platform inspired by his growing desire to create not just nightlife experience but to spice it up with lifestyle and entertainment.
Describing BaseLine Deck as first of its kind, he recalled how listening to Jamaican music from the likes of Popcan, Busy Signal, Alkaline, Headie One, Skepta, Chip and the love he has always had for the UK drill brought about his new dream.
“My vision for baseline Deck is to create an unforgettable experience that would celebrate love, bonding of dancehall and drill music for the people.
This article first appeared on Nigerian Tribune