Black Avenue Muzik signee, Nina Ricchie has said her ex label mates who left the label lacked patience.
The 29-year-old sultry singer indicated that the music industry requires patience which her former mates lacked.
Speaking in an an interview on 3FM’s Drive with Giovanni Caleb, the ‘Tsoobi’ singer noted that she’s comfortable at the D Black owned record label.
” People don’t have patience. In this industry, you have to have patience. Things don’t happen overnight. If it happens that way, then you are lucky. But the industry generally requires patience. You have to have a lot of it.” The stunning songstress noted
“My label mates who left didn’t have patience. I don’t know what the issue was with them but personally, I’m good here. Although I’ve been approached by other labels, I’m not considering leaving.” Nina noted
Black Avenue Musiq was recently hit with some exits as female rapper Freda Rhymz, Wisa Greid, Kobla Jnr and Dahlin Gage terminated their contracts with the label.
The label which is headed by rapper and business mogul, D Black currently manages female artistes S3fa, Nina Richie and Ms Forson.
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