Brunei's own Nash, who has been making strides in the Indonesian music scene, recently launched his album 'Satu Untuk Ku' and also his mini album 'Dewi' at the Airport Mall in Berakas.
The launching was concurrently held with the opening ceremony of Nash's mobile shop, the 'Nash Shop', at the Airport Mall.
Popular artistes and bands, such as Maria, Rafiz, The Seeds, D'Hask, Rapul and E.M4, pulled in the crowd during the two-in-one event.
The album, which includes Nash's hit song 'Dewi' and several others of his new songs, is now available at the Airport Mall.
According to Hadizul bin Omar, Manager at Megavision Artist Management, Megavision Production House, which manages Nash, the singer has now become an entrepreneur.
He had recorded and released his first album 'Satu Untuk Ku' earlier this year in Indonesia and received accolades for his hit song 'Dewi'. "He is one of the breakthrough artistes there and it is quite a significant achievement for a Bruneian to record and release an album in Indonesia," he said.
Hadizul said that Megavision Production House's objective is to give opportunities to locals and youths in the country to be more creative and artistic in producing their works and to be more vibrant and accentuated in line with regional and international music industry.
"This is in support of our local music enthusiasts," he added.
Meanwhile, Megavision Artist Management is a new project by Megavision that strives to scout and eventually produce internationally-acclaimed local talents to further elevate the creative juices of local music enthusiasts as well as to expand Brunei's music industry.
Megavision will be hosting "Night of Stars 2011" with the concept of a mini concert on November 12 at the Muhibbah Hall, Royal Brunei Recreation Club.
Apart from fun-activities and various performances, the night will also be attended by popular artistes such as Jazz Hayat, Rapul Rezal, The Seeds, Iron Dragon, Nash, Rafiz, Safur and E.M4 who will be entertaining the crowd during the event that is supported by Ministry of Culture Youth and Sports and the Brunei Tourism Board.