Artquake launches record label

Artquake wasted no time in signing artistes to his new label.

Not much has been heard from the Afro pop duo, Artquake, in a while.

They are, however, remembered as one of the hit makers who emerged in the music scene in the late 90’s with the very unique performances of their Afro Hip Hop genre of music.

They gave us hit songs to dance to.

The group’s first smashing single was the ‘Abule lawa’ which was an anthem in 1999/2000. They later released ‘Alanta’, ‘Terena’, ‘Motiganpa’, ‘Motivator’,‘ Milando’. They indeed rocked our dance floors and clubs.

Artquake, after their hiatus, hit the music terrain with a new record label, Superdon Music Entertainment. They identified two talents, B. sleek and life wire, and signed them on.

The two acts are dreams for big hits for the record label. They would be releasing official singles very soon.

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