Of entertainment business talks worldwide, one less-discussed record label concern is low world tour frequency for the label’s artiste (s), even if the artiste has multiple worldwide hit songs, his strong fan base elsewhere in a remote country that embraces his music so much never gets to witness his live performance, not even just once. This infamous concern persists for most record labels as they don’t have a yearly world tour plan for their artistes, but the reverse is the case for Rose Green Music Management (RGM2), a self-owned multi-entertainment company.
RGM2 as an artiste management company presided by Ms Rose Green who specializes in Artist development and Rehab services. It is through her catalog of services RGM2 is able to provide professional music consultancy services for developing record labels, music students, upcoming artistes, showbiz pundits and provided general entertainment education on various showbiz subjects.
Most recently, Ms Green has combined all her skills to initiate a multi-service entity and business – Intl Starz and with plans to debuting athletics, arts and music business franchise across Africa. Her US-based, Dare 2 Dream track club currently trains aspiring track & field stars for the National, World championships and future Olympic games. In an exclusive interview with Regula Rebel (chief editor at 13play) Ms Green revealed that she is looking to initiate elite track and field clubs in varied African regions, enabling other athletes to train competitively in order to acquire future Olympic standards.
Intl Starz has commenced plans for the upcoming 2018 tour packages for all 3 industries; Athletics, Arts and Music, with planned stops across various continents: Ghana, South Africa, Nigeria, Gambia, Uganda, Senegal and other African regions.
As a Humanitarian, Ms Green precludes Intl Starz as a movement committed to creating jobs for persons in Africa, USA, Jamaica and other parts of the world. For more information on the Intl Starz service items please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Published BY Regula Rebel