Storm 360 Entertainment Company
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Storm 360 is the leading entertainment company in West Africa. Firmly at the forefront of the booming entertainment sector in this region, Storm 360 operates within a multi-platform, multi-purpose media space which makes us uniquely able to deliver genuine 360 degree content solutions to our many discerning clients.
Driven by an executive team that possesses both depth and dynamism, Storm 360 achieves world-class quality enhanced by an innovative, Afro-politan sensibility. Our deep understanding of the local market makes us the go-to partner for foreign companies looking to explore the Nigerian media and entertainment sectors and similarly, our vast international experience and contacts give local clients the comfort that we are as up to date, in the mix and in the know as any agency they may find in London, New York or other creative capitals.
Entertainment is our passion and our business. The only force that rivals our passion for entertainment is our unflinching belief in the potency and potential of the African urban pop culture, especially in our home country Nigeria.
Storm 360 is a new incarnation of a company and a brand that has achieved household name-status in Nigeria. The Storm name has been building buzz in and around Nigeria since it first came to being in 1991 as Storm Productions, engaging in nightclub promotion, music television production, artist management and music recording, launching the first Afro-Hiphop group, Junior & Pretty, who won both critical and popular acclaim upon hitting the market in 1993. After some years of hibernation, Storm Productions re-emerged in 2004, spawning the label Storm Records which has managed the successful careers of such hot artists as Ikechukwu, Naeto C, Sasha, GT the Guitarman, Dare, Jazzman Olofin and Tosin Martins.
Storm Productions branched into television through a partnership with a broadcast facility company IBST Media. Together the companies formed Storm Vision, which went onto produce the biggest budget, biggest name and most watched television shows ever seen in West Africa. Storm Vision production credits include Amstel Malta Box Office (AMBO); Play TV; Big Brother Nigeria; The Scoop; 100% Naija; ILN Teacher’s TV; The Apprentice Africa and Dragon’s Den. In addition, Storm Vision has produced music documentaries (This Day Music Festival 1 & 2), adverts (Heart of Africa) and other audio-visual content.
Now, as Storm 360, which launched officially in September 2008, Storm is presenting the latest and best version of its brand – redefined, reinvigorated and ready to rock! Under the Storm 360 brand, the company has marshalled its strengths, deepened its resources, broadened its scope and is now able to offer clients a one-stop source for customized, creative content solutions through audio-visual, interactive, experiential or music-based platforms.
To build a company that has the longevity and brand strength to dominate the African entertainment landscape by creating, reshaping, producing and distributing entertainment and lifestyle products across multiple platforms, while remaining commercially profitable and culturally relevant.
To leverage the unique flavour of African urban culture to create compelling content which can be packaged for television, music, film, new media or experiential formats to achieve greater capacity for brand expression or organizational message.
Plot 77, 22b Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, Nigeria