NVA management has in the past few weeks capped the headlines after appearing on Allo Tigo and subsequently making their intentions of signing Sarkodie known. In a follow up of the story, celebrity publicist and writer, Quame Junior has come out with other potential names that seem to be on the NVA radar.
In an investigative piece, Jon Germain’s name came up as the most likely talent to hear next from the London based Entertainment and Management group. Months after the launch of his pop rock album, “This Who I am”, Jon Germain seems to be doing pretty good in the world of music much to the amusement and contrary views of most music critics.
With nominations in all major award schemes across Africa, including the Channel O Music Video Awards, Ghana Music Awards, Sound City Music Video awards and a host of others the presenter cum musician cum producer seems on top of his game.
Reasons for NVA’s interest in Jon could circle on varying reasons according to our reporter Quame Junior. His image seems to count very well for him as an artiste and might make him more presentable to a rather diplomatic and strict audience. His flair and adaptability also seems to run him on as he also appeals to free spirited and a rather enchanted crowd. According to close sources in the company, Jon’s standing as a broadcaster which actively engages with the youth is one of the major reasons that he has made it on the list.
The powers that be in NVA have refused to give any comment about the matter, insisting that official releases would be dished out when they have finally set up and are officially up and running.
In a related development the NVA management has also signed 4 young talented players as part of their growth into Ghana. Wherever the die is cast matters no more, for us good news is leverage to our growing industry.
Story By: Quame Junior
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