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Ycee’s Record Label, Tinny Entertainment Pulls Out Of SONY MUSIC Deal. - Entertainment - NairaMan

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Ycee’s Record Label, Tinny Entertainment Pulls Out Of SONY MUSIC Deal. by supergist(: 4:50 pm On Feb 05

Ycee and his record label Tinny entertainment signed a music contract in October 2016 with Sony music, but the deal has been terminated.

Tinny entertainment who is in charge of the artist Ycee, released an official statement, putting an end to the license and distribution deal signed between Sony Music Africa and Ycee, which was supposed to help push the artiste’s music globally.

Ycee took to twitter earlier to call out Michael Ugwu, the official of Sony Music Africa handing the deal

Ycee said on his twitter that he accused the the International brand of milking him and other African artistes.

Tinny Entertainment [The Record Label] dropped an official comment on their website on February 3rd, Stating that they have terminated the deal on the grounds that the Sony deal is not benefiting as promised>>> Read More
  

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