Anguilla, UK – For the past two years, Crispin Brooks, CEO of Blu Symphony Entertainment and his business team have been aggressively building and creating a unique indie record label and film/television production company. Armed with his business acumen including a journalism degree from Howard University in Washington, D.C, ten years of classical piano training coupled with countless art classes, are his arsenal to help shape and fulfill his objectives in the entertainment arts.
Anguilla based Blu Symphony record label has five Caribbean recording artists offering a diverse range of music, production and writing skills to ignite new sounds and styles to the industry with upcoming releases in late winter and early spring in the Pop, Pop-Reggae and Island Soul Pop.
“The film side provides all visual content for the label, i.e. music videos, EPK’s, and graphics. It is convenient to have both sides of the business collaborate and work on the same vision said Brooks. I see Blu Symphony doing great things creatively and making a statement to the world that good art comes from anywhere. Our uniqueness lies in our music which is truly a blend off all sounds that are washed ashore. All that blended up creates our symphony. I think we will also be recognized for the quality of our artists.”
Anguilla’s diverse heritage is well preserved, not only in landmarks but in the rituals of daily life reflecting its’ rich culture and traditions spiced with blends of African, European, and Latin influences from food, dance and music.
One of his hottest recording artist Nyne will be shooting his second video for his single “Nyne Ways” and releasing his 3rd single “Shake It” late winter. So stay tuned for an array of new Caribbean music from Blu Symphony Entertainment in the real near future.