Harrysong Opens Up On His Deal With 5 Star Music

BETTER “Pikin” crooner, Harrison Tare Okiri, popularly known as Harrysong has declared that he has no intention to dump his record label, Five Star Music, owned by business mogul, Emeka Okonkwo a.k.a E-Money and his elder brother, Kingsley Okonkwo a.k.a Kcee.

Harrysong’s decision to clear the air came against the backdrop of Iyanya’s dumping of his record label, Made Men Music Group,MMMG, to join Mavin records which went viral on the internet earlier in the week. Speaking at a meet and greet session with entertainment journalists, in Lagos, the Delta State-born pop star described Five Star Music as a home for him, adding that “If I am leaving Five Star Music today, the label should be launching something new for me. That’s what I feel. “I am big enough and I have other businesses that I am doing. Beside music, I am also a businessman. I am into property business. So, leaving Five Star for another record label, I don’t see that happening,” he added. Reacting to Iyanya’s dumping MMMG owned by Ubi Franklin for Mavin records, Harrysong sounded indifferent. “If Iyanya deemed it fit to join Mavin, all well and good.But I don’t think Don Jazzy will want to lure me to his label.“ Speaking further, Harrysong disclosed that his new song titled, “Bakana” will drop any moment from now. He said, he shot the video in Atlanta, adding, I want to use the song to wrap up the year.” On how he fared in 2016, Harrysong replied that “The year has been very eventful.I did my one Delta concert and it was successful. I also embarked on a musical tour of America. One Delta concert was an eye opener for me.”


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