Oct 22, 2013, 10:05 AM
Block Entertainment has completed all preparations to release the first album of Alpha Omar, alias Daddy J.
Daddy J has signed a contract with Block Entertainment for two years now.
The contract was supposed to be five years but due to circumstances it was agreed for only two years.
In a chat with Entertainment on Tuesday at the Block Entertainment studio, Kutubo Mboob, manager of Block Entertainment, said he was working with Daddy J for two years to promote his music as well as to link it to the international world.
The album will be promoted both nationally and internationally, he said, adding that the album, which contains 11 tracks, is all in CD format.
Block Entertainment is here to support all artistes in this country not only to record their music but also to promote and sell them to the international world.
“We will try to sell Daddy J’s album internationally through the Internet,” Kutubo said while calling on his fans to come in full force to support Daddy J’s programme tomorrow Saturday 1 June 2013 at Jokor in West Field.