‘The Jimmy B Show’ Poised to Save Sierra Leone’s Entertainment Industry
The growth of Sierra Leone’s entertainment Industry has been unbelievably explosive, the result of the boom and blast is smithereens of talents scattered throughout the industry! Adversely the consequence of this fragmentation is that the industry has been unable to reach its full potential.
Realizing this challenge, the God father of Sierra Leone Music, Jimmy B takes local talents to the podium with his Brand New Radio Show: “The Jimmy B Show” which would be aired every Sunday on AIRadio 105.3 F.M. from 8 P.M. to 11 P.M.
The Jimmy B Show is poised to showcase and encourage local talents in the entertainment industry and co-host Ice 2, Mary and D.J. Busy would provide honorarium for guest artists as a sign of appreciation and also to encourage them to improve their talents in the entertainment Industry.
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The Jimmy B Show is the maiden step of a million miles Journey to add value to talents in an industry where the talents seem to lack proper channel to hype their forte. Jimmy was hosted by D.J. Tamba B, Jimmy poured out his concerns about the entertainment industry. He explained that his involvement in the movie Industry quite recently was because there were not plenty of good (Sierra Leoneans) movies finding their way to the international market.
“There are lots of good producers out there doing their best, I just want to join them in the process of enhancing the industry, just like the Jimmy B show, which is not here to compete with other shows, but to augment shows that would enhance the industry.”, he said.
“The video of my hit song “Believe” was done here in Sierra Leone. You would be surprised to see the kind of development young people can achieve when provided with a conducive environment for the to work in”. He explained that his show is going to be all positivity.