As we can all see, D’prince the CEO of Jonzing world Record label, formally a subsidiary of Mavin Records.
Ruger was unveiled as a new face to the label, announced officially on January 18th.
Ruger is the second artiste on the label after Rema who was introduced in March 2019.
Now, some may wonder what will become of him in the industry considering its very competitive state.
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On the other hand, initially some people have worried that his label mate Rema would be a hindrance to his success but now his talent has been clear and he has maintained the solid spot.
Well, there’s a saying “The sky is big enough to accommodate every single star”.
As a matter of fact, Ruger has all it takes to soar high and wide, with the guidance of his Jonzing World management.
Taking a look at his unveiling track “One Shirt“, ft. his boss D’Prince and label mate Rema, you would agree with me that his unique chorus is a stand-out.
While others displayed their artistic prowess, you would agree to the fact that no one outshined anyone.
Rather, it was a display of young talents, showing their music skills and their passion to succeed in their ever-evolving music industry.
Ruger kicks off his musical journey, as he releases his first EP titled “Pandemic“ the talented Ruger goes solo on this project which houses 6 tracks.
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Ruger‘s EP ‘Pandemic’ extended play project shuttle from top 10 to top 5, and has spent the longest stay on the top 10 since release amidst other albums, charting simultanously at the US, UK and other multiple countries apple music top albums.
Equally important, his latest track Bounce is a show of his pure ruggedness, and being his first follow up single, no doubt he has his spot crafted for him in the industry.