The platinum-selling Xhosa artiste, who once said that music lives in her and takes over her when she performs, left Ambitiouz Entertainment in June.
At the time, she had released a astatement which read in part: “I am very grateful for Ambitiouz Entertainment and how far we have come. I am embarking on a new journey and I needed a team that would work with me in realizing the plans and dreams I have for my career going forward.
The new management looks after my bookings, brand and publicity as well as assisting me reach wider audiences in Africa and beyond.”Source: Amanda Black/ Instagram
However, Sunday Sun reported that she later took Ambitiouz Entertainment to court. In a recent chat with Metro FM’s DJ Fresh she described the situation as emotionally tasking and she goes home for a better outlook on things:
“I go home. It is hard to think in the city. It is very hard to have clear thoughts and make the right decisions. It gets very confusing. When it goes really really tough and I don’t know what to do, I go home”
The one-time BET Award nominee is currently looking for a new record label. She is still focused on her career and wouldn’t ewant anything to truncate it. Certainly not her dispute with her former record label. She concluded:
“I just want to continue with my career. I just want to sing that is it. Whatever happens now, I want to come out being able to sing my songs. I want to be able to record and release new music. I want to share what I have. This journey that I am on, I am meant to be on. All the hardships that I am going through right now I understand that they are meant for me. I am supposed to go through them”
Records show that she wouldn’t be the first to leave. A-Reece, B3nchMarQ, Fifi Cooper and others had left previously.