Fast-rising Nigerian record label, Hanny House Entertainment has signed up two new artistes; Emstar and Cquenz. While Emstar, born Oluwatobi Prince is a solo artiste, Cquenz is a group made up of the duo, Destiny Johnson and Sylvester Okoh.
Oluwatobi Prince a.k.a. Emstar is a 17year-old Nigerian-based hip-hop/Afro-pop rapper who hails from Akure, Ondo State. After dropping his first single title “Kabiyesi”, Hannyhouse Entertainment got impressed and gave him a recording deal, which has paid off as the young lad is already ruling most of the Alaba Mixes.
For the duo of Destiny Johnson and Sylvester Okoh, populary known as Cquenz, they are 18-year-old singers, songwriters, who have confirmed that their greatest influence is Psquare; with a perfect call for good music. They released their blazing hit single titled ‘Enyim’ after returning from Equatorial Guinea.
Hanny House is owned and founded in 2015 by entertainment enthusiast and business magnate, Bassey Inyang Ekpokai who resides in San Francisco, California. The fast-growing entertainment outfit has 20 members in music, movie and modelling, with five signed music artists. Hannyhouse has a standard music studio at Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. The focus of the company is to meet up with other record labels and win music and movie awards.
Hannyhouse has bagged a lot of awards and accolades, amongst which include, Classic African Merit Award 2016, Trek African Award 2016, All Media Award 2016 and Platinum Lead Business Award 2016. The label is presently managed by enterprising promoter, Kelvin Richman, CEO of Alaba Mix.