The award-winning cinematographer is open to brag about working with the big entertainers in Nigerian entertainment industry.
Grateful. Honoured. Humbled. Open to new adventures… As long as the Lord is with me every step of the way. May this new birth year be the BEST of my years already past, and worst of my years to come. Hold on tight Kems… 37 is gonna be one heck of an AMAZING ride,’ Kemi Adetiba shared on her 37th birthday on Sunday, January 8
As a woman of many talents, she has many reasons to rejoice for her success in 2016 and recent years.
A video director by profession, Kemi remains the most influential Nigerian woman behind the scenes of some of the finest music visuals that make us cheerful.
She directed Tiwa Savage‘s second most viewed music video, ‘My Darling’, which follows ‘Eminado’.
Also try to see Banky W’s ‘Lagos Party’ again – a video she directed and was shot seven years ago, featuring a young and handsome Wizkid.
Some of the awards her works have won include Best Female Video for the song ‘Ekundayo’ by TY Bello at the Soundcity TV Music Video Awards and Best Female Video for the song ‘Today na Today’ by Omawumi at the 2010 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.
Kemi started out as a radio presenter with Rhythm 93.7 FM, then a TV host on MNet. She was also a presenter on Soundcity TV and hosted the Maltina Dance All reality show for three consecutive seasons.
Her fans were stunned when she kicked off an online campaign ‘KING WOMAN’ in March 2016.
According to the media expert, many women grow up without strong female influences to look up to, mentors who encourage them mentally, emotionally and morally to be successful.
The project, which got the country buzzing, also had teasers featuring some popular faces in Nigerian entertainment; including TY Bello, Taiwo Ajai-Lycett and Chigul.
Another major accomplishment for Kemi Adetiba as a filmmaker was directing 2016 movie, The Wedding Party.
The romantic comedy premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), as the opening film last September.
Adesua Etomi, Richard Mofe-Damijo, Banky W, Ireti Doyle, Hafiz Oyetoro, and Sola Sobowale are some of the popular Nollywood stars Kemi worked with on set of the movie, which is now breaking cinema records.
In the end, you get the feeling that the works of the highly regarded Kemi will be like fine wine over time.
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