By SAM PHIRI –
AFTER making a huge entrance into the Zambian multimedia industry just few months ago, Mojo media last Friday held a musically sweetened social event at the luxurious poolside of the studio premises.
This is the second monthly event Mojo is hosting since its inception with management making it clear that this will continue as part of the studios offering to its clients.
The acoustic music that evening was simply easy on the ear making the theme appropriate for the event- celebrating live music.
Guests never run thirsty of spellbinding music as a number of singers and upcoming musicians were at hand to hold them to their sits till the end to the show.
Some of the notables billed to execute and make true meaning of the show included the talking- eyed Scarlet, the Dreams reality show season one winner Shadrock and the highly talented Talent Yapa Zed top contender J-Bus.
To prove their worth and reason for putting up such a studio, Mojo member of staff Eddie of Chord fourteen put up a splendid performance too.
Mojo holds this monthly event to give back to its clients and have them get a feel of the Mojo experience.
Apart from great entertainment and something to eat, guests were also given an opportunity to better acquaint themselves with Mojo’s
facilities, especially the music and photography studio.
With Mojo’s approach to matters of music, the big dream of turning the Zambian music industry around placing it on an internationally acclaimed spot looks certain.
John Mwanza, Mojo Media general manager is happy and says: “I am very proud that we held a successful event, you could see that our guests really enjoyed themselves. The music was fantastic; guests got to see what Mojo is about and what we are capable of.”
He goes on to say: “At Mojo, we value our relationships with clients and I’m happy that we got the chance to show how much we appreciate them.”
The entertaining social event would simply be described as a success, with guests and expressing delight and satisfaction with most of them not hiding their apprehension of receiving another invitation for the subsequent event.