Nigeria based record label, N-TYZE entertainment has sued the popular Nigerian singer, Ijemba Ekenedirichukwu, popularly known as Humblesmith to court after he dumped the record label.
The singer was issued a court notice by the management of N-TYZE Entertainment records, the record label to which he was signed to, over breach of contract. The management of the N-TYZE entertainment sue Humblesmith, shortly after which Humblesmith made it known to the general public, his exit from the record label.
According to the label’s lawyer, Barrister Keshi Elvis, N-TYZE entertainment sue Humblesmith because Humblesmith’s contract with the record label company is yet to expire, therefore, anyone or any company who does business with the Artist, does so at his/her/their own risk.
However, Pending the determination of the suit, anyone, corporate or individual that engages, transacts, and or have any contract deal with Mr. Ijemba Ekenedirichukwu who was widely referred to as Humblesmith does so at their detriment as such act may be caught up in a legal web”, the statement reads in part.
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Apparently, Asorock Online News recalls that the ‘Osinachi’ crooner previously took to his official Instagram page to announce his exit from the label.
“After so much consideration and back and forth, I have decided to come to the public to announce that I have parted ways with Ntyze Entertainment record label. I am putting this out for the general public notice that you should conduct all future businesses and dealings with my new management ( link in my bio). I wish Ntyze well and thank them for the years of working together. Thank you and God bless”.