Qwote and Bahja Rodriquez Sign With Play Celebrity Games for Production of Game Apps
Stimulating Software Launches Five New Mobile Game Apps
InCapta, Inc. (OTC PINK: INCT), and its subsidiaries Play Celebrity Games and Stimulating Software, announce that Qwote and Bahja Rodriquez have signed to have Play Celebrity Games produce and launch game apps for their fan base.
Stimulating Software launched five new mobile game apps that are available to install in the app stores of Google, Apple, Amazon and other stores internationally. The company is excited to see its mobile games apps reaching the public.
Qwote commented: "I am excited to work with Play Celebrity Games and look forward to expanding the way in which my fans can interact with me."
Both of the mobile game apps will be developed by the Stimulating Software programmers and launched through Play Celebrity Games.
When asked, Bahja Rodriquez stated: "I am so excited to create an application with Play Celebrity Games. My fans love to engage in fun and exciting mobile games and applications and I can't wait to introduce them to my new application."
John Fleming, CEO of InCapta, commented on behalf of the Company's subsidiaries: "It's been a great week for our companies. Between signing two celebrities and launching five new apps for our followers the Company is beginning to show our business model. The new games KickiCon, 4_1, 4_2, Zombie Sniper and Zombie Sniper SS1 are all available on iTunes, Google and Amazon." Mr. Fleming continued: "We at InCapta are looking forward to working with both Qwote and Bahja Rodriguez on their new games. Our goal is to provide the artist with game apps that allow their fans become even closer fans to the artist."
About InCapta, Inc. (OTC PINK: INCT)
The Company is a media holding company that provides management services and investment to online game apps, celebrity apps, online radio, and on-line television. The Company looks for businesses that have an operating history and can substantiate future performance.
About Artist Qwote
Qwote was born in Haiti and was raised by his grandmother. He started to write music at age 12. Residing at various times in Long Island, New York City, he later on moved to Miami, where he found his niche in the Miami clubs. He had his first big break appearing on rap artist Trina's 2008 album Still da Baddest in the song "Phone Sexx." He was featured alongside Pitbull on a minor hit in Austria called "Superstar" by Jump Smokers!. His 2009 song "Don't Wanna Fight" featuring Trina became a hit in New Zealand. He recorded a rearranged version of the same song with Shaggy and a second one with Pitbull. He also recorded "Shawty It's Your Booty."
He has made a version "Vem Dançar Kuduro" (an original credited by Lucenzo featuring Big Ali)" / "Danza Kuduro" (an adaptation by Don Omar featuring Lucenzo). Qwote's version is credited to him featuring Pitbull and Lucenzo. It entered the Top 40 on the UK Singles Chart straight at #13 in its first week of release.
About Bahja Rodriguez
Known by her stage name Miss Beauty, she became a member of the all-girl hip hop group, OMG Girlz at the age of 13. She made her first television appearance on an episode of Tiny and Toy. Her younger sister Lourdes and her cousin Zonnique Pullins also became members of OMG Girlz. Her mother is Shamra Rodriguez and her father goes by John-John Rasboro. Bahja helped her group receive international recognition by remixing Soulja Boy's single "Pretty Boy Swag."
About Stimulating Software, LLC; Inner Four, Inc. and Play Celebrity Games, Inc.
The companies have over 900 mobile games and applications in all the major app stores. The companies have had over 35 million installs of its games collectively and historically. The games and applications range from arcade style to casino to first person shooter to trivia to entertainment and utility applications. Many of the company's applications have been ranked in the top of the charts in iTunes and Google.
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