Zylofon Media Makes More Superstar Signings With Additions Of Bibi Bright, James Gardiner And OTHERS As ‘Movie Ambassadors’

Bibi Bright

If you think they’re done signing talent, you might wanna think again, because they clearly aren’t.


Zylofon Media, a recently established Gh talent agency, have been making waves for their signing of some established local stars including Becca, Stonebwoy and others.

The company has now unveiled a few more stars as part of the company. Actors James Gardiner, Toosweet Annan, Bibi Bright, Zynell Zuh and Benedicta Gafah has all joined the label.

The quintet were unveiled Friday at a ceremony held at Zylofon’s East Legon head offices.

The actors have each signed a three year deal to represent Zylofon, who would now take over management of their careers.

Said Samuel Atuobi Baah, Head of Communications for Zylofon Media: “They are going to play the role of ambassadors when it comes to our movies. We will handle their management, give them roles in and outside Ghana. They will be producing Zylofon movies. When we are producing our movies, they are our faces no matter what. We are making sure they are okay as actors at all times,”

BUY NOW:50 Bedroom Hostel Near KNUST in Kumasi Easily Convertible to A Modern Hotel for SALE
READ ALSO: Start A Blog for Less than 15 GHS A Month & Make As Much As Over 5000 GHS A Month Easily

We PAY for exclusives/breaking news...Got Any? Call/Whatsapp +447837576037 or E-mail: info@ghanacelebrities.com

The writer, a holder of a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communications, is the Managing Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com. He hails from and stays in Accra. He contends that the problem with Ghana is that people are getting more addicted to groupthink and less addicted to reading with each passing day. His motto is that you can do everything you set your mind to. Contact: info@ghanacelebrities.com



Don't Miss the Scoop...Enter your email address:

Delivered by GhanaCelebrities.Com Via FeedBurner

Commenting Guidelines & Rules

Buy Quality But Affordable House--in Ghana