- Harrysong recognises Kcee and E-Money's impact on the journey of his music career
- The Reggae Blues singer says the Okonkwo brothers are part of the vessels God used to get him where he is today
- He apologised for the messy way they parted and noted that one should never bite the finger that fed them
The saying of no permanent friend, not permanent enemy but permanent interest is that of Harrysong and Five Star Music label as the 'prodigal son' of the label and Regga Blues singer has stylishly apologised to his erstwhile label boss E-Money and his former colleague Kcee.
Years after his messy exit from Five Star Music, Harrysong has officially apologised to Kcee and E-Money through his Instagram handle.
He took this bold step after the album listening party of his latest song Journey on Saturday, January 19. He said he had time to reflect on his career journey and noted that it will not be complete without E-Money and Kcee.
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In appreciating the Okonkwo brothers, Harrysong wrote that: “You were part of the vessels that God used to change my story”
Giving reason for his action when he left the music label, Mr Songz as he was once known said: “I was hurt and reacted at the time but regardless of what happened, I recognise the impact you made in my life.”
He concluded his post by saying: “Never bite the finger that fed you my people...let love lead”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Alterplate boss Harrison Tare Okiri, popularly known as Harrysong, released a new track on January 18, titled Journey. True to its title the song talks about life and how he would not give up on achieving his dreams.
The musician deviated from his usual style of songs many Nigerians are used to. He is known to make club bangers rather than slow songs. However, with Journey, the star showed off his soft and sentimental side as he delivered a strong message with good vocals.
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