Black Market Records Terminates Victor Kamenyo's Contract
14 October 2021
[Image Source: Victor Kamenyo Instagram]
Black Market Records has announced the termination of Ugandan rapper Victor Kamenyo’s contract a few months after he joined the stable.
In a statement released on 11th October, 2021, the label said that going forward, there shall be no more operations between Black Market and the artist.
Victor Kamenyo's termination comes shortly after the label had rifts with their former signees Bruno K, Jammie Culture and Nina Roz who accused Black Market of ripping off of their royalties.
Read full statement below;
RE: Termination of Contract With Katongole Derick
As per the conversation between Katongole Derick & Kisame Shadrack it is agreed that from today October 11, 2021 going forward the ongoing contract between Black Market Records (the label) and Katongole Derick P/K/A Victor Kamenyo (the artist) is terminated and there shall be no more operations between the label and the artist.
The label shall no longer indulge in any process as regards the artist’s music. That is to say, production, distribution, publishing and music administration. The artist is free to work with anyone they see fit and continue with his career as they wish. It has been a great pleasure working with you this past one year. I wish you all the best in your future endeavors.
Black Market Records GM