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ENTERTAINMENTBanky W’s EME records refused to sign me – Tiwa Savage reveals


Leading Nigerian female singer, Tiwa Savage has revealed that she got rejected by artiste turned politician, Banky W during her early sojourn into the Nigerian entertainment scene.

According to the talented artiste, Banky refused to sign her into his music label, Empire Mates Entertainment known as EME, co-founded by Tunde Demuren in 2002.

Tiwa who stated this during an interview with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, revealed that before she joined the Don Jazzy owned Mavin Records, she had approached Banky W, but he refused alongside other record labels.

 

When asked why Banky turned her down, Tiwa said he had a female artist he was working with at the time.

ENTERTAINMENTBanky W’s EME records refused to sign me – Tiwa Savage reveals

Published 2 hours ago on November 10, 2020By Henry Iheanacho

Leading Nigerian female singer, Tiwa Savage has revealed that she got rejected by artiste turned politician, Banky W during her early sojourn into the Nigerian entertainment scene.

According to the talented artiste, Banky refused to sign her into his music label, Empire Mates Entertainment known as EME, co-founded by Tunde Demuren in 2002.

Tiwa who stated this during an interview with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, revealed that before she joined the Don Jazzy owned Mavin Records, she had approached Banky W, but he refused alongside other record labels.

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When asked why Banky turned her down, Tiwa said he had a female artist he was working with at the time.

She also revealed that when Mavin was still known as Mo Hits, she approached Don Jazzy but was also turned down.

The mother of one said: “At the time when I just got back to Nigeria, I approached Banky W to sign me into his music label, but he said No.

“I guess because he was about to work with Niniola at the time. I also went to Mohits at that time, and they were working with Muna, so they turned me down and I went back to LA.

“But I later got back to Nigeria and begged Don Jazzy to sign me into Mavin records and he did.


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