Parliament Remains; Ministers Come and Go — Black Avenue Muzik’s Cedis speaks after Artistes Exit

Daniel Obeng Fianko popularly known as Cedis who is the Business Development Manager of Black Avenue Muzik (BAM) has reacted to the recent artistes exit from the label.

Cedis who likens the exit of artistes Freda Rhymz, Wisa Greid, Dahlin Gage, and Kobla Jnr from the label to the parliament house has stated that a lot of ministers come and go but the house still remains.

He made this statement in a post on Thursday, June 20, 2019 while wishing them well.

“The PARLIAMENT HOUSE, has seen a lot of Ministers come and go; some helped the country with their input, some didn’t.

But in all these, the PARLIAMENT HOUSE still remains intact.

But I can assure you that the Parliament house has all its past, current, outgoing and incoming MPs at heart and wish them well.

Silent Speaker of Parliament

Black Avenue Muzik is owned by Ghanaian rapper and entrepreneur D-Black.

Barely nine (9) months after signing Wisa Greid, the record label announced in September 2017, the signing of Kobla Jnr, Dahlin Gage, Osayo, S3fa and Nina Ricchie, before Freda Rhymz joined after winning the MTN Hitmaker.

The record label is yet to release an official statement following the massive exit report.

Source: Yaw Sarpong |


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