KOGA unveils four studios for Entertainment Industry – Tee-A, 2face, T.W.O, Dbanj lead the way

Entertainment powerhouse, KOGA has unveiled four studios for the use of the industry, the media world and its practitioners. The entertainment outfit has identified the needs of the Nigerian market and the problems confronting the practitioners in the industry, hence the reasons for the four studios.
Studios White, Green, Red and Black are the four studios recently unveiled by KOGA. These studios will play host to lots of industry jobs within and outside the shores of this land.
These studios can host talk shows, dance competitions, movie and music video production. The good times are surely here again as movie producers, music video producers can now heave a sigh of relief as quality videos can now be shot at this studio with state-of-the-heart equipment and it will also put to rest, the idea of our Nigerian producers and directors going to Mandela’s land in a bid to shoot music videos.
Several industry people have patronized the entertainment outfit in times past and also recently. Malta Guinness Street Dance competition was staged there at sometime. A couple of commercials like those of

MTN, Globacom, Red bull and Chivita have also been shot there while a number of recording artistes have also shot music videos in KOGA studios. Tee -A recently recorded his Tyme out with Tee-A there, the yet to be released music video of 2face and Dbanj was also shot there. T.W.O also did a number of recording there. Singing sensation and African Queen Crooner, 2face Idibia has also used the place severally.

One of the reasons why there are four studios is that there would be convenient usage of the facilities. These studios can also accommodate artistes and their producers, voice over artistes and Advert Agencies as music, adverts and voice drops can all be done in these studios. The mixing and arranging of songs and live recording can also take place at the studios. KOGA in a show of commitment to the industry is giving out the facility at a heavy discount. 

Besides unveiling the four studios, KOGA has the most expensive production camera, the Arri Alexa which costs over N40, 000,000 and it’s used to produce state-of-the-heart movies around the world. The need to get the camera was borne out of the desire to ease the production problems of filmmakers around the country. KOGA is also home to an upscale hangout spot called KOGA Lounge and an ultra modern hall which seats 800 people in banquet style, 1400 in theater arrangement and 2000 in concert style.

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