Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh ventured into music in October 2012, with the release of her controversial singles, Hi and Itz Ova, before signing with DB records in July 2014.
The actress, who recently welcomed her first child in February 2016, has now confirmed parting ways with the D’banj-led record label.
In her latest interview with Golden Icons, she says ‘No, I’m no longer with DB records’.
Explaining why, she said, ‘Nothing really, D’banj is a very sweet person. I think he’s one of the best people I’ve known on earth and that’s no joke. I love him so much as my brother, but we couldn’t work it out business wise’.
Going forward, she says she’ll remain under her entertainment company called ‘Poko Entertainment’.
In her words, ‘I do have an entertainment company called Poko Entertainment, and I really want to kick start it after I take care of my baby for a little while’.
Just about a week ago, D’banj‘s producer of 4...
TVC E - There are strong indications that Kokomaster, Dbanj may have just lost two key members from his label, DB records.
TVC Entertainment gathered that Deevee – the in-house producer at DB records for over 4 years and Jei Jei Lee, D’banj’s personal manager for the past two years have both moved on from the label.
Deevee sent out a cryptic tweet a some moments ago that reads, ‘4 years after… end of an era… moving on… #LeeTemple was fun.. let’s conquer again’.
See the tweet below:
Meanwhile, all effort to reach out to the producer to find out why her left DB records proved abortive as he declined to comment.
D’banj is currently in South Africa and could not be immediately reached for comments....