The founder of Whiskey Mistress, Adenike Isi Adeeko has hailed Nigerian Hip-hop star, Tochukwu Gbubemi Ojogwu popularly known as Odumodublvck.
Isi described Odumodublvck as “an ambassador of our culture, a storyteller of our experiences, and a catalyst for positive transformation,” in a statement on Wednesday, February 7.
“Hosting Nigerian musicians like Odomodublvck at Whiskey Mistress is more than just a business decision; it is a testament to our commitment to promoting cultural exchange, driving economic growth, and fostering diversity and inclusion.
“Through their electrifying performances, Odomodublvck and other Nigerian artists inspire a sense of pride and belonging, reinforcing our shared identity and heritage,” Isi stated.
According to her, the Abuja popular nightclub provides a platform for artistic expression by hosting Nigerian artists that promote cultural exchange and understanding in the country.
“Nigerian music has emerged as a global phenomenon, attracting investment, tourism, and international acclaim. By showcasing Nigerian musicians at Whiskey Mistress, we not only contribute to the growth of the local entertainment ecosystem but also elevate Nigeria’s profile on the world stage.
“Moreover, our commitment to hosting Nigerian musicians reflects our dedication to diversity and inclusion. Music transcends cultural boundaries, bringing people together regardless of race, religion, or background. By embracing diversity in all its forms, we foster a more inclusive society where everyone has the opportunity to thrive and succeed,” she added.