Rapper Fiamor Talks About PUB Records Exit

Award winning hiplife/Hiphop artiste Fiamor joined Bright Ellis on ENT105 on Global 105.1 FM, Saturday 9th May 2020 and has revealed the break up between him and former management company PUB Records.

Fiamor who’s currently back to his own management company, Modzaka Music, has hinted that PUB Records was not satisfied with his performance ever since he got signed.

“According to them, I’m not doing much and me too I see them like they’re not doing much. That’s the problem. They feel like I should be on top of the game and me too I think they’re not doing much for me like the way they’re doing for other artistes. Shooting videos, doing promotions outside Volta“.

The Yaka hit singer explained that the management team was not happy with his Yaka song until it won an award at the Volta Music Awards. They’d prefer he sings instead.

 

“They (PUB Records) would want me to sing like KD Bakes”

Fiamor had a two(2) year contract with PUB Records subject to renewal but that never happened. He said it took a toll on his personal life and career.

“I felt very bad that our working relationship ended there. I’d wish it continued, I had no money to push my songs and had to resort to the hustling field. Now I have something small to push myself back into the game“.

Badebade is one of his latest and major projects after leaving PUB Records. A video shoot is almost at hand until the novel Coronavirus pandemic came into the picture he told Bright Ellis.

Badebade talks about how one should stay strong regardless of situations Faced.

Fiamor was however was full of praises for PUB Records for their resources and said there’s no bad blood between them as they working again together is very possible in some few months.

 

Listen to the interview here:

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