KIZZ DANIEL: Record labels don’t care about upcoming artistes

Buga” crooner Kizz Daniel has advised upcoming artistes for watch their desperation for fame, especially when considering offers from record labels.

Kizz Daniel, who made the comment following the controversial death of Mohbad, says record labels are business outfits that care more about making money from upcoming artistes. In a recent social media post, he talked about bullying and how he almost stopped music many years ago due to attacks from a record label.

In his words, “When I left G Worldwide, I did not even have a name. I mean I lost the the right to my own name. I almost stopped music, I thought of getting into business or anything but not music but then these songs kept singing in my head. I had to be strong and start from zero.

“I told myself I cannot give up and today I thank myself for not giving up .

“Dear young talents, you can do it on your own, if you must sign a record deal, get an entertainment lawyer to read and interpret everything for you. I might have been strong to start from zero after everything but not everyone can be able “.

Kizz Daniel says talented young artistes need to slow down on their quest for record labels. “The moment you understand record labels are just business units who are interested in making money and sometimes don’t care about you, you will learn to be careful. If you must sign deals, please get a lawyer , there are some terms that only a lawyer can better explain to you .”

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