J Blessing strikes deal with Pace Headphones
Music producer Jibril Blessing, alias J Blessing, has signed a partnership with headphones maker Pace Communications Limited to support upcoming artistes.
The partnership will see the formation of a foundation that will help in identifying and promoting young artistes.
Pace Communications Limited on Friday evening launched the first ever Kenyan designed headphones.
Pace Communication chief executive Larry Liu told Nairobi News that he was drawn to J Blessing’s inspiring story and he seemed genuine in what he does.
INSPIRING AND GENUINE
“First of all he is inspiring and he is genuine. I like to work with people who have a vision just like us. We met and decided to come up with the foundation. I have a dream and I don’t know how to achieve it, but Blessing had the connections but no resources that is why we partnered,” said Mr Liu.
On his part, Blessing said the reason he chose to partner with Pace Communications Limited was because of their vision.
“The vision behind it is amazing. I have always been working with upcoming artistes whenever I can. Liu is a selfless person, and with him we will bring good music,” said Blessing.
He said the foundation will support Kenyan talent in music, acting, poetry and dancing.
The Bluetooth pace headphones have 3D sound quality and up to 35 hours of battery life. They are available online and at their office at iHub and they will soon open a retail shop in CBD.
The headphones will retail at Sh5,500.