Timaya reacts as producer, Yung Willis announces New Label

  • congratulates Yung Willis announces the launching of his Label

  • Yung Willis floats Record Label ahead of debut single titled ‘Givin Dem’

Timaya reacts as producer, Yung Willis announces New Label
reacts as producer, Yung Willis announces New Label

Singer, is a proud big bro as producer, Yung Willis recently announces the launch of his label.

Following a successful run in the music industry, multi-talented hit record producer Daniel Williams, better known by his stage name Yung Willis, is now launching his own record label ahead of the release of his debut single and album.

Yung Willis has collaborated with some of Nigeria’s top artists (including Falz, Timaya, Wizkid, Kizz Daniel, Davido, Niniola, Waje, BNXN, Zlatan, Yemi Alade, Patoranking, and Ice Prince) in recent years, producing hit song after hit song.

Renowned for his signature tagline, ‘Wi Wi Wi Willis Give Dem’, Yung Willis has always prioritized giving back value which is one of the inspirations behind his tagline.

Having accumulated sufficient experience working with numerous artists while developing/honing various unique sounds and navigating the entertainment market.


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Through his newly founded record label, Royals Music Records, the Abuja native now feels ready to give back from his wealth of knowledge.

The launch comes just before the release of his debut single fittingly titled Givin Dem which is the first single off his upcoming album LOTP (Life of The Party). For this album, Yung Willis has partnered with the powered international label, emPawa Africa.

Announcing the good news on social media, Yung Willis wrote;

“It is with great pleasure that I launch and introduce to you my own Record Label; Royals Music Records 👏🏽💥
Yung Willis will keep Givin Dem”

in response to the good news quoted the tweet congratulating the hit producer.

“Congrats Lil Homie 💪🏽
Keep Givin Dem,” he wrote.

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