Amidst the pool of talents in the Nigerian entertainment industry, we recently discovered Titi Kuti, a versatile and dynamic professional who combines acting, producing, presenting with modeling perfectly and can best be described as a superman.
The rare breed of creative professional who has vast relevance in production administration, TV series production and management, acting, and modeling featured in Kemi Adetiba’s recently released movie, King of Boys as Ade Tiger. Remember him?
His debut into the entertainment and media industry started when he was an undergraduate of Industrial Relations and Personnel Managment in Lagos State University, he developed an interest in modelling and did a lot of runway shows for fashion brands, billboard and TV adverts.
Events after graduating from the university had helped him to gain an immense knowledge of the entertainment including managing an ace producer Dr Frabz. Afterward, He was absorbed into Nigezie TV and this is where he learnt everything about production and media in entirety under the auspice of VMN boss Femi Aderibigbe “Kwame Naija” .
Working as a Presenter, Producer and Resource Person with the channel communications department were one of such backgrounds that influenced his vastness in the industry.
Since that time. He had participated in various productions and in various dynamics such as movies, TV series. Commercials, Music Videos, reality formats among others..
Talking to Espact about how he is coping with combining four professions together, Titi Kuti revealed that versatility and consistency are the key to relevance, and he developed his performance capacity in areas that will enhance his relevance across board without taking any pinch of it for granted.
This versatile actor also explained his relationship with Sola Sobowale, whom he had learnt a lot from and who helped to awake his interest in acting and modelling when it was overtaken by administrative aspects of productions.
He also described his role in the Kemi Adetiba’s thriller as an amazing one carved out of creativity and ingenuity, and also described working with the likes of Sola Sobowale, Adesua Utomi , Paul Sambo and the rest as a worthwhile experience with unique ups and downs .
Titi Kuti in the interview as well, admonished Nigerian youths to remain positive even amid negativities and canvassed for integrity as that is the only way one’s name can be as solid as a rock