Daniel Obeng Finako of Black Avenue Muzik popularly known as Cedis has spoken after reports of mass exit from the label hit the internet.
Reacting to the news, Cedis in a post likened the label to parliament house which sees various Ministers “come and go” with some helping with their inputs and others doing virtually nothing.
In all these, he makes mention of how the parliament house still remains intact and “has all its past, current, outgoing and incoming MPs at heart and wish them well”
In a matter of weeks, Black Avenue Mizik has lost four of its artists including MTN Hitmaker 6 winner Freda Rhymes, Wisa Greid, Kobla Jnr and Dahlin Gage.
Black Avenue Muzik is home Ghanaian business mogul and musician Desmond Blackmore. It also serves as home for in house producer and musician DJ Breezy, S3fa, Nina Ricchie and Osayo.
In April 2019, D Black in an interview on “The Gist” with JoyNews’ MzGee disclosed any of his signees who left the label did so at their own risk.
Read Cedis’ post from below:
The PARLIAMENT HOUSE has seen a lot of Ministers come and go. Some helped the country with their input, some didn’t but in all these the PARLIAMENT HOUSE still remains intact.
But I can assure you that the Parliament house has all its past, current, outgoing and incoming MPs at heart and wish them well,
Silent Speaker of Parliament
Black Avenue Muzik is yet to make any official statement on the exit of its artists.Follow @nydjlive