Monday, 1 March 2010

About Lowla360 PR

Founded by Lola Adamson, Lowla360 PR is a worldwide independent Promotions and Marketing venture that specializes in offering a wide range of promotional services.

With our clientele at the center of our operation, we design and tailor products and services to brand your enterprise.

We are experts at finding innovative ways to market and promote your image with customized items that expand your base.

We are devoted to your success and with our extensive network of established industry professionals and our longstanding relationships with some of the most talented people in the business, our clients get the very best.

Our services include:
1. Public Relations Consulting
2. Artist Management
3. Model Promotions and Bookings
4. Event, Clubs and Tour Promotions
5. Corporate and Celebrity Promotion

Lola is managing well known artists such as popular Nigerian Rapper known as M.I as well as launching the career of upcoming models in the UK as she works on expanding into the US market.

For more information or requesting a package/portfolio, please visit the website or send us an email to or

Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Celestina Aladekoba

Exotic Diva, Celestina Aladekoba, best known as just, "Celestina," has released her hot new single "Omoge." Available on iTunes!

Starring in MTV’s hit series, “DanceLife” produced by Jennifer Lopez, Celestina has worked and performed with the likes of Prince, Brian McKnight, Black Eyed Peas, Usher, Chris Brown, Brandy, Will Smith, Outcast, Nick Cannon, T-pain and Robin Thicke, to name a few. Her dynamic style has ‘wowed’ many.

In 2004, 50 Cent officially named her “Matrix” because of her remarkable back-bending dance move, which has been and is currently seen to be mimicked in a number of dance videos and performances.

Be sure to catch this hot Diva dazzle the stage with Reggae-ton's top artists Wisin & Yandel and 50 Cent at the MTV Los Premios Awards airing live tomorrow evening, Oct. 15th, 2009 on MTV Tr3s and all other MTV's worldwide networks (MTV Asia, MTVBase, etc.).
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Thursday, 24 September 2009

Future of TV entertainment in Nigeria

The shows being watched on TV today in Nigeria have taken a good turn, but still need more improvement because most people would still rather watch western shows on Dstv (cable TV) than watch shows that are produced locally and appear on the Nigerian TV channels.

I am optimistic that the local television industry can wax in not only quality, but also originality, variety, and creativity parallel to the leaps and bounds being made in the Nigerian movie industry, which has actually grown from an indigenous indulgence to an internationally sought after form of entertainment


Reality show KokoMansion

What makes us so stuck on satellite TV anyway? Do we get more satisfaction from knowing that we can feast our senses on what’s being beamed from across the Atlantic Ocean, or is it just a fact that Nigerian TV has nothing to offer?

Tara Reid on Taradise

Sincerely, I think it is high time we are entertained from a more enlightened point of view, from a perspective all our own, not just in music and movies, but in day time TV programming as well. Instead of looking at our selves and our interests through the eyes of the western world, we’ve earned the privilege to see the world from our own point of view.

In retrospect, there is no denying that there exist numerous television shows that cover various topics ranging from lifestyle, entertainment, current affairs – the list is endless.

Isaac and Nneka of Goge Africa.

But how would you feel about a television show that provides the entire package- A show full of provocative interests, with presentation of various issues in a single forum? How about a show that is more-or-less a gateway to introducing Nigerians to what the rest of the world has to offer, tickling the fancy and exploring people, places, culture and life in general…A show that is oriented for the African, covering issues arising from other parts of the world especially in the Diaspora; things that would be of much interest to the viewing public in Nigeria.

Many of us do travel around the world, however majority of us do not, as Nigerians we should still be entitled to have a world view, and good entertainment that rivals even the best programming in the UK and the US. Well I say it can happen, if we enjoy TV shows produced abroad, what is stopping us from enjoying the same produced at home. Believe it or not Nigeria will always be home, no matter where we’ve gravitated to around the globe, most of us are making our way back to where we started from. In that light, we can actually make things better…including TV, starting with one show at a time.

With that said, let us not forget to join the cause to Light Up Nigeria, it is after all our home and it is high time we get the best of what we deserve.

If you are on twitter always end your text with this tag #lightupnigeria
For facebook users join the group LIGHT UP NIGERIA.

Please take a minute of your time to fill the survey created to grasp your honest opinion on the future of TV entertainment in Nigeria. Follow the link. Thanks.