Mr. Music goes out of business with Kalawa Jazmee Records
- Mr Music decided to discontinue Kalawa Jazmee Records
- Mr Music dumps Kalawa Jazmee Records
Mr Music took to his Instagram page to publicly revealed his departure from Kalawa Jazmee Records earlier yesterday posting that
“Expiry of artists agreement between dangerous combination crew records trading as Kalawa Jazmee Records and Mr Music. I refer to the artist agreement concluded between me and Dangerous Combination Crew Records t/a Kalawa Jazzmee Records on 25 January 2021”
“This notice confirms that I am no longer signed as an artist as of 13 December. I have fulfilled my minimum commitment in terms of the agreement and I’m free to enter into any third-party agreement for the sale, exploitation and/or distribution of future recordings. I am grateful for the opportunity of working with Kalawa Jazmee”
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Mr Music who reportedly survived a terrible accident is glad for life and was so grateful to God for the gift of a second chance.
On October 31, the former Idols SA star was travelling with his brothers from Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal, to Johannesburg when they were involved in a car accident.
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The artist recalled the incident and said he was waiting for the green light at a traffic signal when a truck driver who he believes was intoxicated crashed the side of his car and attempted to get away.
“The truck came out of nowhere, I tried to even chase after him since my car was in the ignition and he was trying to run away. It was smelling of fuel, but I wanted to know who is doing this to me. The left front tire got off but we survived. We’re alive. To God, be the glory. I’m grateful to be alive”
He claimed that nobody was hurt.
“Thank God I’m OK, I don’t know how I survived that but my brothers and I are fine.”