Eric Omondi continues to expand his brand further after officially launching his studios ‘Big Tym Entertainment’ yesterday in an exclusive event.
Tuesday, November 17, close friends and a select few of top Kenyan personalities graced the private event, down in Lavington.
For Eric, he had tirelessly worked a good 2 years to finally see yesterday come to fruition.
“…but this is just a tip of the iceberg,” he admits. Because in as much as he lived to build his brand and showcase his craft, his main desire was to create a space for creatives.
Following its launch, Eric Omondi studios look to host a diverse group of creatives be it artists, comedians, actors or musicians, he believes he has ample capacity to provide every creative with the setup they seek for their productions.
“We have purchased Six Vintage classic cars and an aircraft for our Artists to Use in video shoots. These are situated at the MAMA KAYAI PARK named after our Mum Mama Kayai who was Present to launch it herself,” he attests.
“We have a large Video Studio named after our Legendary Founding Fore Father MZEE OJWANG!!!” Eric further revealed.
And for the comedy creatives, the award-winning comedian left it under his mentor and Godfather of comedy, Mwalimu Churchill.
“We have an Audio Studio Named after our FATHER and MENTOR Baba Yao himself @mwalimuchurchill. Wasanii wasisumbuke kuenda sijui Nigeria ama South Africa. We have all it takes here!!!”
Officially unveiling his studios, Eric announced;
“Now the BIGGEST PRODUCTION COMPANY IN EAST AFRICA!!! WELCOME TO BIG TYME ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY and ERIC OMONDI Studios.”
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