Kracktwist and Samza, two of Kabaka Multimedia heavyweights have announced that they are no longer part of the KME label. The rappers said they have decided to start their own business after the 3 years contract deal they had with KME expired.
Kracktwist and Samza in a public notice announcement said they were very grateful to Kabaka, the KME CEO for his tremendous support to their carrier.
The duo said they will now be working under their new business name “KrackTwist and Samza investment (KSI) which is a registered Business and Entertainment company endorsed by the Sierra Leone Company’s Act.
This company comprises 15 hardworking and dedicated staff with a structured business and entertainment orientation,” they told SaloneJamboree in an interview.
The announcement reads further: “The Company extends its wings not only to Entertainment but entrepreneurship as well. The Krio consultants intend to embark on business and entertainment ventures both nationally and internationally.”
It was reported that Kabaka has accepted their departure in good faith. The businessman is quoted as saying that he was very happy to contribute towards their success and wish them well in their endeavors.