Lynx Entertainment finally breaks silence on news of Kuami Eugene’s exit
Kuami Eugene‘s record company, Lynx Entertainment, has addressed rumors that he left the band to join Empire Records.
Following postings that implied Kuami Eugene was fed up with his old team, Twitter users came to the conclusion that he had broken off his relationship with Lynx when he declared Empire Records as his new family.
However, the CEO, Richie Mensah, recently defined the singer’s relocation as simply a ground-breaking cooperation and added that he continues to be covered by Lynx.
In order to solidify Kuami Eugene’s position as one of Ghana’s most commercially successful acts, he has an agreement with Empire Records to work on his project.
Although the two labels have been collaborating closely since 2021, the official announcement was only made a month ago, according to the statement.
The agreement aims to advance the career of the former VGMA Artiste of the Year winner by maximizing his prospects in the global market and distributing and publishing his work.
One of the four Ghanaian artists signed to Empire Records is Eugene. He joins Black Sherif, KiDi, and Yaw Tog.
Read attached statement below: