Fogenetic Enterprises, LLC and UPG have come to terms on a deal for Fogenetic to provide MenfesInteractive’s new hall-market project Memphis Jookin G2G, with music production and other services. The company is lead by CEO Emmanuel Kimathi, a well-known local independent artist and producer who has worked with the likes of Bone Crusher, Gangstar Boo, Attic Crew, Bobby Creekwater,
Three 6 Mafia and many more artists. Emmanuel stated that “this is really satisfying to be able to service the Memphis music market because it had a significant influence on my listening experience and ear. The jookin community deserves someone who can truly appreciate the unique rhythms and flavor of Memphis.”
UPG CEO Dodd noted “This is really a beneficial partnership for both sides because it is a family affair and we know what to expect and the value that both sides will provide each other.”
Fogenetic is a multi-media company focusing on event planning & promotions, music production, talent management and visual and performing arts. It has executed tours in Japan and most recently has plans for a concert with reggae superstar band Midnite, slated for September.