Tekno allegedly part ways with Ubi Franklin’s MMMG record label
Nigerian pop star Augustine Miles Kelechi, popularly known as Tekno, has allegedly left MMMG owned by Ubi Franklin, to set up his own record label.
The “Pana” crooner was signed to the record label in 2013 and after 5 years he may be moving to start his own record label “Cartel.”
The singer may have joined the likes of Reekado Banks, YCEE who parted ways with their former music imprints to set up their own companies.
He subtly announced the move on Instagram where he shared the name of his label and captioned it “CEO”.
The singer in late 2018 suffered from an ailment which led to a damaged vocal box, hence, pleaded with Nigerians to prays for him.
Tekno wrote, “I’ve been away and on treatment. Pls, don’t be upset, that I can’t make it to shows I’ve been booked for. I’m taking time out fully recover and hopefully get back to doing what I love most soonest. I apologize, and If u can pls pray for me.. God watch over us all! Thank you.”
Months after he got better, his Manager, Franklin, announced his arrival into the country with a report that he was fit to continue his musical career.
“Welcome back Man🙏🏾 Though you can’t still perform for now till you are fully recovered👍🏾✌🏾 we will turn for others and show ❤️Last night With @teknoofficial for a few shows.” He wrote.