Sony Africa will no longer distribute YCee’s music globally, a statement by Tinny Entertainment stated yesterday.

The deal which was signed around the second quarter of last year was terminated following Sony’s inability to “take their music to the next level”.

Tinny Entertainment now owned the sole copyright to YCee’s music, leaving them the rights to use the music anyhow they deem fit.

In February, 2018. There will be more. #CreativeindustryNarrative #LAWKATAKATA Another relationship bites the dust. When you sign a record contract, promises are exchanged, and expectations are set. With expectations set, parties begin to move and act with the hopes that each party will fulfill obligations under contract. It can be fatal, and huge losses or injury might be occasioned when a party fails to keep to his own side of the bargain. A termination voids the contract, and parties are freed of obligations and duties under the contract. And interests created and assigned under the contract may be reversed. #Repost from @instablog9ja with @regram.app … TINNY Entertainment Status of SONY Africa Deal. Visit; www.tinnyent.com to read full story.

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