Hello people…Its another Music Thursday.

Introducing my current obsession (that’s an understatement). I am very excited and proud about this because of how much effort it takes pull something like this together. .

WHERE? The Melting point – Houston, TX
WHO?  Over 20 artists from 13 countries. A  DJ Skeeper
Concept. A Franco Records Production
WHEN? The audio, video  & website premiered Sunday,
December 8th 2013

The Bright Light Project is a Musical Approach in addressing Violence,
Hunger, and Peace Across the oceans. 

The Bright Light Project mantras
This is project in itself is a journey and long time coming. Endorsed by
Annise Parker, Mayor of Houston,  written  5 years ago in Cameroon
and after 10 months of hard work of over 20 artists from across the globe, the
audio/video, and website were released  Sunday December 8, 2013  @
Zen’s Restaurant & Grill in Houston Texas. In a press conference, the
CEO of Franco Records Mr. Franco Bonghan defined the short and long term goals
of the project in a one hour Q/A session.   


Tanyi Jerry Tamfor aka Dj  Skeeper 
(Artist, Pianist)  – Cameroon
Nnena Anosike (Artist)  –

(Artist) – Sierra

Max  Ence (Guitarist) -Ivory Coast                
Katumbella (Artist) –

Ade Oniye (Artist) – Nigeria
Mr. V Sax (Saxophonist)
Ugonna Anosike (Artist) –
Franco Bonghan (Franco Records) –
Prince Noel (Promoter/publisher)
– Nigeria 
MarQuis Trill  (Artist) –
Hefemi studios (Videographer/Photographer)
– Tanzania
Chasta Callies (Artist)  –
Ben Decca (Artist) – Cameroon
 Tajh Slim Knight Haye (Artist) – Jamaica
Wintafresh (Artist) – Eritrea                        
Njenga Giggz 
(Producer)  (Xtrim Records) –Kenya
Roland Ross (Artist) –Liberia
Emmanuel Niyenzima (Guitarist)
-Democratic Republic of Congo
Anna Silva (Panelist) – Colombia
Naim Saba (Artist)- Liberia
Epie Valentine aka Supaval
(Artist) –Cameroon

The Bright Light Crew
Peace..So proud of y’all
    “….We as Human Beings have the ability to connect to each other through Music. We can stop the violence. We can create greater understanding. We can connect human beings around the world…We can make a difference in the world if only we are willing to try. Music is the universal language to do that….” Annise Parker. Mayor of Houston
DJ Franco & DJ Skeeper…This is an amazingly dynamic duo
DJ Toni Montana & DJ Franco (my highest grand dem for
    Facebook: The Bright LightProject 

 In the aftermath of the loss of a great leader & hero, Nelson Mandela, the message of this song  resonates even more. RIP Madiba.

OK people. This is a for a great cause. Get the song on itunes, share the video, comment etc etc..Support in whatever way you can! 

Thumbs up to DJ Skeeper, Franco Records and the artists and crew. This is totally amazing and I’m proud of y’all. Looking forward to the day when this will be adopted as a theme song for an event,cause or organization. The Sky is NOT the limit.

This is more than a song. It is movement. Join the movement!!


Author: IRepCamer

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  1. Thanks I REP CAMER…… on this master piece, you are the first Camer bloc to showcase this movement, may u be truly blessed, i have seen you show enormous support and encouragement to our growing talent especially back home. May your portion be gretaer always in his kingdom. I REP CAMER….. all the way!!!!!!!

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  2. True Franco, I agree with u, Yefon has been a true supporter of African talents, especially artist from Cameroon. I really admire her support. I think her blog will go along way to elevate showbiz in Cameroon and amongst Cameroonians in diaspora. I REP CAMER!!!!!!!

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  3. Wow guys..Thanks a lot for the kind words.This started as a hobby but it looking bigger than me!Who is this Anonymous.I have no clue who this oh!Just keep doing what you do best. I think the industry is finally stepping out….

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