Mention 2 Nigerian Artistes You Would Love To See Leave Their Record Labels
A situation which resembles that of June 8, 1998, came into play again on November 14th, 2017, when ‘starboy’ Kiss Daniel, announced he has finally parted ways with G-Worldwide.
For the few minutes which came across as decades, many saw through his ”partially retired” laced career, as his potential despite being compared to that of a wrinkly old man’s forced stride, wasn’t only visibly delicious, but was so good it could be tasted in the mouth.
His continuous churning of hits upon hits while with the label, registered the young act as a talented soul who only had the misfortune of signing with a label who did everything within their power to ensure he keeps the bubbling fiery glory in him within the confines of the ‘placed on life support’ label as he was only allowed collaborations with in-house artistes who seemed to be unsure of their purpose in life despite Daniel’s efforts to ignite some fire in their crawling ‘maybe’ career.
So imagine the joy that enveloped the hearts of millions across the globe when Kiss Daniel announced he finally left the same label, rumored to have placed him on a monthly salary of N50,00o, despite being the air they breathe. Nigerians here and in diaspora took to social media to register their joy on hearing the news as finally the YEBA crooner, can finally come to his full potential.
Now, Kiss Daniel’s predicament is actually the kind of storm some talented acts in the country are at the moment weathering and have weathered. Many of these acts undoubtedly will do way better as independent acts or, in a not so bad scenario, with a better label who would strive to see that they maximize their potential, even if not completely.
So, guys, we all are music lovers who if we could make a wish for 5 artistes you would love to see leave their labels, who would they be and why.
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