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OC gets big distribution deal

By LIFESTYLE REPORTER

ZAMBIAN musician based in the United States, Obrien Siame aka OC has signed a music distribution deal with Immensum Music, joining a list of talented artistes on the label including African mega superstars Burna Boy and Davido as well as The Cavemen.

This has been described as one of the biggest deals in a career of a Zambian artiste and OC is keen to use this advantage to advance Zambian music.

Immensum Music is a global music distribution and label services company for international talent throughout the Africa and diaspora. The company has signed this distribution and partnership deal with OC, on the heels of his recent Management partnership with Afritalent Agency based out of Hollywood California managed by Sam Okhade.

OC Osilliation

“With this deal, Zambian Afrobeats Star whose stage name is OC, will join the hotbed of international talent including global sensations Burna Boy, Davido and The Cavemen. As the first major signing of OC’s journey into the international market, OC sees Immensum Music’s forward vision and strong partnerships with Universal Music Group, Apple Music, Sony Music and many more and is excited about what the label has in store for the future,” read a statement from OC’s managed team in the US.

And as part of this exclusive worldwide distribution partnership, OC’s and his team have already put out his first new single called “Spicy Vibes” to be released this Friday November 18th, 2022.

Well-known and respected for his role in moving Afrobeats with a Zambian touch to the international platform, OC looks forward to expanding his reach on a global level even further.

To hear some of OC’s hottest releases, visit his Spotify page: OC Osilliation

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