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Tekno Leaves MMMG and Sets up His Own Record Label!!

Tekno Miles has left Ubi Franklin’s, Made Men Music Group (MMMG) and set up his own record label which he named ‘Cartel’.

The ‘Pana’ crooner made this known via his Instagram page and fans kept expressing their support for his in the comments. The sensational Naija singer has joined the list of CEO’s in the country and he’s very happy about that.

Recall that late last year, Tekno announced via social media that he lost his voice as a result of a damaged voice box and was recuperating all through the festive season.

Ubi Franklin, CEO of Tekno’s former record label, MMMG, also confirmed Tekno’s departure from his record label after the ‘Rara’ crooner returned to Nigeria.

We wish him well in his dealings as a CEO but will like to hear your thoughts on the matter.

Do you think his record label will flourish? Comments below…


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