The company, which is owned by a Nigerian-born showbiz personality, Steve Egboro, has even started promotions for Bovi’s ‘Man On Fire’ concert on June 22 at the Infinite Energy Theatre, Georgia, Atlanta.
Registered in Georgia, Atlanta as a limited liability company, the company operates in key areas such as arts, entertainment and recreation.
The CEO of Antilia Heights, Steve Egboro, said the partnership was necessary so as to Nigerian entertainment to America.
He explained, “We are quite excited to be working with very talented entertainers who also understand the business. This is important for the reputation Antilia Heights Production is building in the industry and we plan to raise the bar high and continue to push the frontiers of Nigerian music.
“The dynamics of the industry is on another level and Nigerian talents has their fair share of the fan base. Our music and comedy transcend racial barriers in an interracial community like America.”
Under its production arm, the company is presently filming a feature-length Nollywood flick, titled The Heir Apparent. Directed by Robert Peters, Richard Mofe-Damijo and Joseph Benjamin play lead roles.