Ruger parts ways with D’ Prince’s Jonzing World label

Written by on January 24, 2024

Transitioning beyond his role as a Jonzing Boy, Ruger, the Nigerian musical sensation, has ventured into a new and defining chapter. His unique fusion of Dancehall and Afrobeat has garnered him a global audience, establishing him as a force to be reckoned with in the music industry.

This pivotal decision to part ways with Jonzing World, a label that had been his home since 2019, was recently confirmed by an inside source.

Ruger’s association with Jonzing World began in 2020 when he was introduced as the label’s flagship artist, marking the initiation of a remarkable career that would unfold over the following years.


His breakthrough into the mainstream was marked by the release of his debut EP ‘Pandemic’ in the same year, featuring chart-topping tracks such as ‘Ruger’, ‘Bounce’, and ‘Abu Dhabi’. The trajectory of his success continued upward with his sophomore EP ‘Second Wave’, showcasing hits like ‘Dior’ and ‘Girl Friend’.

The apex of Ruger’s musical journey under Jonzing World occurred in 2023 with the launch of his debut album ‘Ru The Wolrd’. This album, a testament to his artistry, included standout tracks like ‘Asiwaju’, ‘Jonzing Boy’, and ‘Bun Bun’, solidifying his position as a musical powerhouse.

Emboldened by his growth and artistic vision, Ruger, after four fruitful years with Jonzing World, made a significant move. In a freestyle video shared on his Instagram story, he teased his latest endeavor, Blown Boy Entertainment, signaling not just a change in label but a transformation of his artistic identity.

This strategic step underscores Ruger’s evolution and determination to chart his course independently, promising a fresh era of creativity and innovation in his musical journey.

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