Big Brother Naija 2018 ex-housemate, Teddy A, who never failed to show off his music talent while on the reality show, has launched his own record label, Alpha Records.
Though Teddy A never revealed why he left his former record label Big A Entertainment, however hinging on his new found fame, he announced the launch of Alpha Records on his Instagram page.
Here’s what he wrote;
I’m so hyped about this one. My newest baby, ALPHA Records. I hope the birth of this company brings greater, fruitful and more fulfilling years to come. Amen! 🙏🏽 #AR #Badman #AlphaMale#BasedOn1or2
Logo by @samuel_olawunmi 🙌🏽
Teddy A’s full name is Tope Teddy Adenibuyan. He is a United States’ based Nigerian singer, song writer, and performer. He is a graduate of The University of Texas. Teddy is 29 years old. He was born in Lagos before moving to the States, and he has four brothers.
He has produced a number of hit tracks like “pepper” ft Phyno, “feeling the boy” ft Timaya, “Hypnosis” ft Ebako, “Pop Something”, “Follow Follow” and “So Beautiful”.
On the other hand, It’s been less than two weeks since BBNaija couple BamBam and Teddy A were evicted from the popular reality show, but they are still in the minds of many. One way they have maintained the attention, with their constant release of cute photos. Both were spotted posing in these new images posted on social media.
They also revealed in a recent interview that their focus, is on how to make money because they have been gone for three months.
‘It’s about making money right now. We have been gone for three months. These people would not look at our faces if we are drinking garri. Do you know how much bills are piling up right now? Yea, everything that happened in the house was beautiful, but you people would have to watch things grow. Don’t be under any pressure to see what would materialize. Because if anything [bad] should happen between us, you people would be the ones to carry it and say ‘Ah…
So guys, the koko of all these things is wanting to put our feet solidly on the ground. We want to stay relevant.
We want to have enough money that my mother would say ‘Teddy, send two million,’ and I send it without any questions being asked.”