Tekno Dumps Former Record Label, MMMG As He Becomes Cartel CEO

Written by on January 15, 2019

Nigerian pop star and ‘Rara’ crooner, Augustine Miles Kelechi popularly known Tekno has parted ways with his former record label Made Men Music Group (MMMG) owned by Ubi Franklin.

Tekno was signed to the record label in 2013 and after 5 years he has moved on to set his own  record label ‘Cartel’ 

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This was made known to the public after he made a post on Instagram declaring himself as the CEO of his new record label.

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The singer joined the likes of Reekado Banks and YCEE who parted ways with their former music imprints to set up their own companies.
Recall late last year the singer announced via social media that Tekno lost his voice as result of damage voice box and was recuperating all through the festive season.
His former record label boss, Ubi Franklin also confirmed it after Tekno returned to Nigeria a few weeks later.
Much hasn’t been heard of him since he released a single in December 2018.
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