Kuame Eugene has verified it, it is definite that he is no longer affiliated with Richie Mensah’s record company Lynx Entertainment, which helped develop and expand his career.
The Rockstar has revealed that his newest location is Empire, the well-known company that manages and/or distributes the music of various African talents, days after speaking in parables in a Twitter message that said he had done everything he could to stay but that things were coming apart.
“My New Family @EMPIRE@EMPIREAfrica 🤝🏾,” Kuame Eugene wrote minutes ago.
The EMPIRE label is home to performers including Black Sherif, Kizz Daniel, and Buju BNXN.
The prolific songwriter wrote a few days ago that he had done all humanly necessary to continue at the powerful record label but that the center could no longer support him.
Although he omitted the name Lynx from the contentious post, the writing was on the wall from the beginning, thus understanding his meaning was obvious.
Kuame Eugene further raised eyebrows when he uttered the phrase “Suro Nipa,” which means “fear people.” This statement strongly implies that Richie Mensah, the label’s boss, is the target of an eruption.
As we previously noted, this new development has strengthened the label’s infamous image for having mainstream artists leave abruptly and seek solace elsewhere due to internal disputes that we are never made aware of.