Kenya's music and entertainment industry over the past few years has grown at an amazing speed and one wonders the unknown force behind it.
His love for Kenya was evident after he spoke to a media outlet recently.
“I love Kenya, this is where I will be buried,” he said.
Ibinkule's secret to almost controlling all Nairobi's concerts lies behind his unmatched ambitions to bring change in the entertainment sector.
While speaking to a news outlet,Ibinkule revealed how he coincidentally finds himself making a big say in almost all the major concerts held at Kenya's capital.
''My ambition is to bring change to Kenya's music and entertainment industry. It is true this effort that has found me expanding my cycle in Nairobi,''said Ibinkule.
The 36-year-old music promoter further divulged how his increasing popularity has made him a man of say in Kenya.
He notes that due to his connection to Nigerian top artist, it has been easy for him to organize top concerts where he has reaped millions of money.
''I have always brought in top artists to Kenya especially from Nigeria and this has really increased my connection with the music lovers in Kenya,''Ibinkule said.
He is known to have worked with top artist such as Wizkid, Joe Boy, Mayorkun, Asake among others.
With this, the Nairobi-based Nigerian music promoter has established his own company, Bruce Promotions and Entertainment. He is also the cofounder of B&S Entertainment company.
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