Symphony, a Nollywood musical blockbuster film with youth and music as its
central theme, is about to hit cinemas on the ninth of September, 2022.
Symphony is a stupendous and well-told story about life, love, desires, success,
trials, societal failure and the resultant results. Symphony displays the travails
of a typical proficient African youth, struggling to beat all odds in an effort to
Shot in unique areas throughout Lagos, the movie parades an array of multi-award
successful African stars corresponding to Nigeria’s ace entertainer D’banj (Oladapo
Oyebanjo); Ghanian film legend Jackie Appiah; Kenyan celebrity diva Tanasha
Donna and Nollywood legends and stars like Lanre Hassan (popularly identified
as Iya Awero), Bolaji Amusan (Mr. Latin), Kalu Ikeagu, Efa Iwara, Scarlet
Gomez, Daniel Abua, Doris Okorie, amongst others.
Dbanj and Tanasha Donna made their appearing debuts in “Symphony”, whereas Kaleb
Iyoha (a.okay.a. Mo’Kross) and Sandra Okunzuwa performed Slade and Lolita, the lead
roles with one more debutant in Victor Adeshiyan (a.okay.a. VJ CrazyLife) who
performed Slade’s bosom buddy.
Also set to premiere with the movie venture is a music album comprising authentic
soundtracks and performances from the venture, written, recorded, and
carried out by prime stars, a few of who featured within the film.
According to Oraka Nvy Nnanyelu, the director of the film, “Symphony is a
superbly crafted, priceless murals that mirrors the on a regular basis lifetime of the
African youth’s journey to relevance”.
Symphony (The Movie) was collectively produced by EverRise Entertainment and
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