- Nigerian singer, Cynthia Morgan, is taking steps to keep her at the forefront of the music industry
- The dancehall artiste recently signed a management deal with a top entertainment firm in the United States of America
- In a statement released by the firm, the singer took the decision with the global market in mind
Talented Nigerian singer, Cynthia Morgan, is ready to make a bigger comeback than ever after she signed a new management deal with a top entertainment firm in the US called The Facilitator Management.
It is no longer news that Nigerian music has been taking centre stage in the world for a while now as people have become more aware of the Afrobeat sound.
In a statement made available to Channels TV by the singer’s management, it spoke about being committed to harnessing her talent and showcasing Afrobeat to the world in a more organised setting.
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The firm is said to have its headquarters in Las Vegas and is owned by the CEO ‘Uncle Odis’ Johnson and co-founder / President Tabiyah Yetunde.
Channels TV reports that the owners of the firm have combined experience of over 50 years in music and entertainment.
Morgan’s PR counsel, Muyiwa Babalola, said considering her style of music, Morgan has a diverse fan base all over the world.
The singer said that Odis and Tabiyah were the perfect match for her and that she felt lucky to work with them.
In her words:
“Odis Johnson and Tabiyah are the perfect match for me, Tabiyah has got in-depth knowledge of my type of music, she’s work with notable artists across the Caribbean and to top it all, her man-management skill is special.
Morgan also said she was excited because being a manager was more than the music and it had everything to do with the artiste’s life.
She said that the founders of her new management care about the musician as a person and not just from the business angle of things.
The German Juice crooner also said that she made the decision to sign the management deal with the global market in mind.
This is great news considering that Morgan particularly had a tough time with her former record label owned by Jude ‘Engees’ Okoye.
The singer and Jude had been at a back and forth on social media about breached contracts, owed money, and other things.
Morgan was heard in a live Instagram video saying:
“Jude came online to tell everyone that she owes him money and she doesn’t”.
On how the issues began, she revealed that 3 years into her contract, Jude wanted her to sign a new contract which she refused.
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