Solid Star sets contract between him and his former record label on fire (Video)
Nigerian singer, Solid Star has set the contract agreement he had with his former record label, Achievas Entertainment on fire.
He took to his Instagram stories to share a video of himself burning the contract, two years after he left the label following their strained relationship.
Recall that earlier this year, Solid Star and his former label boss, Paul Cole Chiori, fought dirty on social media.
The singer called him out and accused him of always wanting to see him sad.
The singer who released two albums, ‘One In A Million’ (2010) and ‘W.E.E.D’ (2016) under the record label, Achievas Entertainment left in 2018 after 10 years.
Since leaving Achievas Entertainment, Solid Star has been operating under his own label, Shaba Entertainment.
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Singer Solid Star sets agreement between him and former record label on fire . . The 'Shaba' Crooner who released two albums, ‘One In A Million’ (2010) and ‘W.E.E.D’ (2016) under the record label, Achievas Entertainment left in 2018, which the label also claimed they ended their 10 years relationship amicably. . . #bwetv #solidstar #music #afrobeats #nigerianmusic #hushpuppi #dubai