Youthful videographer Vincent Kamulanje’s tour of the United States (US) appears to be bearing fruits after his initial two weeks got extended to months.

US-based entertainment firm Magic Fingers Entertainment initially invited the blossoming creative for a two-week Afro-beat music camp in Georgia, Atlanta, but extended his stay until December due to an increase in assignments and projects that he needs to undergo.

So far, the 19-year-old has shot a music video for Nigerian international super star Patoranking,to be released next month. He has also produced content for Nollywood actress Ini Edo as well as musicians Wurld and Shizzi Akerele.

During his stay in the US, Kamulanje, who trades under the Vinny Visuals brand, also underwent a two-week training in film production and editing at Tyler Perry’s Studio.

The Malawian said he is also expected to go for attachments at Universal Studios in Los Angeles, where he will train in filmmaking and collaborate with another popular Nigerian singer Timaya on an upcoming project.

He said in a telephone interview from Georgia, Atlanta: “Everything is progressing well. I have been involved in a number of projects and trainings which have proved to be eye-opening. I can say so far so good.”

Vinny Visuals said his experience in the US has expanded his artistic network as it has exposed him to some of the household names in the global show business.

Patoranking is a Nigerian reggae dancehall singer and songwriter who has worked with renowned African acts such as Sauti Sol and Timaya. He is currently signed under Foston Musik Label and he has produced some chart-topping hits such as Gilrie O.

Tyler Perry Studio is among the largest film production studios in the US founded and owned by renowned African-American actor, film director and author Tyler Perry and it is based in Atlanta, Georgia.  

On the other hand, Universal Studios Florida is a theme park located in Orlando and is primarily themed to movies, television and other aspects of the entertainment industry. It is owned and operated by NBC Universal.

Magic Fingers Entertainment LCC is co-owned by US-based Malawian musician Tionge Mhango and Nigerian music producer Oluwaseyi Shizzi Akerele.

The company said the objective of the camp is to empower young song writers, producers and videographers from around the world by bringing them together to share their creativity and ideas.


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