Fast-rising gospel artiste Weezdom has left Bahati’s record label Eastlands Most Blessed (EMB) one year after it was launched.
Weezdom has debunked rumours that he ditched EMB Records after falling out with Bahati – the owner of the label. He, instead, says his decision was triggered by the desire to grow on his own, especially now that he has a concrete foundation.
“We all know I had been signed to EMB @embrecords. It was a great blessing to me. However, following the rumours that I have signed out from EMB for beneficial gain, I would like to clarify that yes it is true that I have signed out but it’s not for the given reason but to expound for more and greater opportunities,” Weezdom wrote on Instagram Monday, October 17.
Weezdom, who has been Bahati’s confidante for over a year now, was the first artiste to be signed by EMB Records when it was launched in October, 2015.
“I don’t have any differences with Bahati. Actually, I respect him and appreciate the opportunity he gave me to realise my talent. I think it is time for me to explore outside EMB Records,” Weezdom told eDaily.
Weezdom’s popular songs include Amenitoa Far, Faham among others.