Dammy Krane Addresses Departure of Ex-Signees Mr Eazi and Idowest

Dammy Krane Addresses Departure of Ex-Signees

Nigerian singer Dammy Krane recently shared his perspective on the departures of two of his former signees, Mr Eazi and Idowest, from his record label.

In a statement on X (formerly Twitter), he shed light on their career choices and emphasized that he did not resort to bullying or negative actions in response to their decisions.

Acknowledging Their Success

Dammy Krane acknowledged the significant success that both Mr Eazi and Idowest had achieved under his guidance while they were part of his record label.

He highlighted their departures, mentioning that Idowest had chosen to join forces with Davido, and Mr Eazi had moved on to the Starboy record label during a time when Dammy Krane and Wizkid were involved in a song theft controversy.

A Supportive Stance

Despite the departures of his former signees, Dammy Krane made it clear that his intention had always been to support and help them become independent artists.

He firmly stated that he did not engage in any form of bullying or negative behavior towards them.

Dammy Krane’s Perspective

In his own words, Dammy Krane explained his perspective: “Mr Eazi & Idowest both left my Record label when they blew up… that one no mean say make I start to drag them or bully them cos the motive was to help them become a Man of their own.”

He emphasized the importance of helping someone without expecting a payback and leaving the rest to God.

A Message of Support

Dammy Krane’s comments reflect the ongoing discussions within the Nigerian music industry regarding the relationships between artists and their former record label bosses.

His stance underscores the importance of supporting emerging talents as they pursue their own paths in the music industry.

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