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Reekado Banks finally opens up on why he doesn’t feature other artists

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Reekado Banks finally opens up on why he doesn’t feature other artists


People have been thinking that popular Mavin Record Singer Reekado Banks is the lead singer of the Label. The singer have addressed the issues on HF TV. Here is what he said when asked the same question.

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“I don’t think I am leading anything (Laughing). Don Jazzy is still leading the label,”
“I don’t see it as anyone is leading . Nobody sees it like anybody is leading,”
“Everybody sees it like everybody is working together to make the label number one,”
“Everybody sees it like they are trying to make Don Jazzy proud, they are trying to make themselves proud. So yeah! It is not particularly anybody leading anything”.

One thing about fans is that when they see a trend in what you do or your steal of music they will like to create a story behind it. The presenter also asked why he doesn’t feature other artist in his songs. Reekado had this to say, “For now, I am trying to sell my songs. I’m trying to make a name for myself, by myself”,
“Definitely, probably the next single and the one after this next single will feature someone”.

I think it’s the best plan for someone trying to establish himself. What do you think?

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I think he is very much un order.

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Yae he is cause everyone in the industry is working for themselves not for Don Jazzy or anybody…

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Dis guy is good. Doing very well in your career is a good business for the serious once. Thumbs up!

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