Why Ice Prince remained at Chocolate City after contract expired

The rapper explained that he did not want observers to think that there is a fall-out between him and the crew.

Nigerian rapper, , has opened up on why he chose to remain at former record label, , after his contract expired three years ago.

made this known on Monday, May 23, 2016, during a press conference attended by ’s president , M.I Abaga, and Jesse Jags, who was also unveiling his record label, JagzNation.

He said, “My contract with Chocolate City Music expired 3 years ago but you know how it is in Nigeria and this is the plain truth; if  I had come out 3 years ago and said ‘contact over, peace’, the way people would interpret it would be very bad. Not just bad for me but also bad for my brothers (M.I and Jesse Jagz) and the legacy we have built.”

“It took me a while because I was trying to figure the best way to go about it without people thinking there was a fight somewhere. That kinda stuff affects record label business.”

had on May 19, 2016, announced that he is no longer with Chocolate City, when he was on an interview on Cool FM.

His new single titled “Chike” which featured Mavin Records singer, Korede Bello, was released under his record label, Super Cool Cat.


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