Singer Nina Richie has shaded the artists who left D-Black’s owned Black Avenue Muzik to chart their own path in the mainstream industry.
In an interview with Giovanni Caleb on 3FM, the singer noted that she’s having life cosy at the record label, unlike those who left under the cloud because of their lack of patience.
”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.”
“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.
Freda Rhymz, Wisa Greid, Kobla Jnr and Dahlin Gage all left Black Avenue Muzik citing lack of breakthrough for their career is the reason for their departure.