How Lucrative Can Showbiz be?

Showbiz is a lucrative arena in the world of Entertainment. It’s proliferation in Africa has left a desirable mark to it’s lovers and fans. Showbiz in Cameroon is as young as the County’s senate. This has made Showbiz aspirants timid to an extent of copying and pasting foreign styles and tactics. 

Showbiz is a lucrative arena in the world of Entertainment. It’s proliferation in Africa has left a desirable mark to it’s lovers and fans. Showbiz in Cameroon is as young as the County’s senate. This has made Showbiz aspirants timid to an extent of copying and pasting foreign styles and tactics. The differences in cultures and environmental realities makes it difficult for Showbiz to actually gain its deserved reputation.
Showbiz as an interesting field has its own upheavals which may scare many from venturing into.In as much as there are difficulties, there are so many benefits of showbiz which tend to outweigh the drawbacks.The burning question that springs to the mind is, how can the challenges in showbiz be overcome for many to reap from the bounty of showbiz ?
Whether you’re a talented singer-songwriter or a writer looking to pen sitcoms, the entertainment industry is one place that has a career for just about anyone.
Everyone loves entertainment. Whether you’re into romantic weepies, punk rock, or the Food Network, there’s a niche to fit virtually every artistic taste. TV, film, music, theater, and even radio continue to be strongholds in the vast world of entertainment, but with the growth of the Internet and digital media, new technologies only increase the ways in which we are entertained- and the opportunities to make your own career a part of that process.
Plus, you don’t have to be a performer to participate. Do you love the magic of movies, but have no desire to get in front of the camera? Are you a music buff, but can’t sing to save your life? Never fear. Although entertainment is usually equated with the big-name movie stars and musicians that make it seem so glamorous in the first place, it could not exist without the thousands of professionals that create, produce, and support the films, TV shows, theater productions, and radio programs that we so eagerly consume.

Advertising, engineering, business, sales, and production are just a few of the areas that are fundamental to the entertainment industry that can make great careers for non-performers. Although a college degree isn’t as necessary as talent and experience are for an aspiring performer, it’s often a requisite in other fields. A degree in accounting, finance, or business is necessary to work in the financial arena. Degrees in journalism and communications are most practical for careers in television and radio broadcasting. Movie studios and production companies have lawyers, too, but you’re going to need that law degree to be one.
As varied as its career opportunities may be , with so many creative, driven people seeking to break into the industry, the entertainment industry is a dog-eat-dog world. If you think you’re interested in a career in entertainment, start gaining experience as early as possible; and while everyone would love to work for MTV, be willing to think more realistically and embrace any experience. Get involved with film and theater productions on campus. Work for your college radio station. Take your love of entertainment seriously and invest all of the enthusiasm, persistence, and talent you have, and you could be in for the ride of a lifetime.

Show business, sometimes shortened to show biz or showbiz is a vernacular term for all aspects of entertainment. The word applies to all aspects of the entertainment industry from the Business side (including managers, agents, producers, and distributors) to the creative element (including artists, performers, writers, musicians, and technicians). In modern entertainment industry, it is often associated with the fashion industry (creating trend and fashion) and acquiring intellectual property rights from the invested research in the entertainment business.

To Be Continued ………

Buea Fashion Week – Be there or Be there

All roads be leading to the Buea Fashion Week! The So-Much-talked-about show is around the corner. This is going to be an amazing fashion show bringing together creative minds from all over Cameroon and beyond which will last for 3 days; 12-14th May, 2016. It will take place at the Buea Shopping Mall and have as guest artist Mic Monsta. Just so you kno Reneta Nwonori Ndisang is the brain behind this breath taking idea! Thumbs up gurl you sure are one smart ass lol.

Below is a list of the designers who will be showcasing their art during this event;

  • J&L BY Julliet Sparcs (BUEA)
  • Chu Ngonba (BUEA)
  • PEGGYLINE ( Njimape Lesley BUEA)
  • Nuvi (YAOUNDE)
  • Haaliy Hans Haughton (DLA)
  • LIMA T Lima T Jasino (BUEA)
  • Lavague Princelavague Nsangou (DOUALA)
  • Linda Eboh Anaba (DOUALA)

Click on the link below to get your tickets!!!

Buea Fashion Week – SOSO Ticket

Pascal – The Prelude (volume II)


New Bell’s yung king Pascal is at it again! He releases Volume II The Prelude few months after Work Dey Vol. 1 EP release, which is a follow-up EP that continues to show off his prolific writing skills and artistry as an MC. This five song EP portrays the struggles and triumphs of coming up as an artist in Cameroon. Rapping in Pidgin and English, Pascal tells stories that convey the weight of hard work and perseverance required to succeed not only in Cameroon but all over the world. below is a full track list you can click on the links to download the songs. Enjoy!

kana kana produced by le Monstre

King don Kam produced by Kiloh

Manka’a produced by Kiloh

Elevate ft Jovi produced by Le Monstre

Prelude ft Rostou produced by Le Monstre