Rapper Freda Rhymz, formerly of Black Avenue Muzik has signed a new 5-year multi-million recording deal with Young Mission Entertainment, months after quitting D Black’s record label.
Even though her initial contract with Black Avenue Muzik made room for an extension, both parties agreed not to renew their production and business management agreement.
The new recording deal with Young Mission Entertainment was finalised yesterday in Ghana.
Announcing the deal on their Instagram page, Young Mission Entertainment wrote:
“YOUNG MISSION ENTERTAINMENT IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT IT HAS ON THIS DAY 6TH OF AUGUST 2019 SIGNED OUR FIRST EVER GHANAIAN FEMALE ARTIST @fredarhymzgh ON A FIVE YEAR CONTRACT TOGETHER WITH A MANAGEMENT DEAL CONTRACT WITH @team_avo TO MANAGE THE ARTIST. WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR SUPPORT AS WE EMBARK ON THIS BEAUTIFUL JOURNEY. LONG LIVE GHANA MUSIC.”
After the signing the deal, Freda Rhymz thanked her new management for reaching up to her for the deal to be finalised and also promised to work hard than ever with her new record label.
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About Young Mission Entertainment
Young Mission Entertainment is a Paris-based Ghanaian booking company.
It officially launched its services in Ghana at a press briefing on Friday, February 22, 2019, at Golden Tulip Hotel, Accra.
Young Mission Entertainment was founded in 2015 has for the past years executed some major projects successfully. Over 3 years working with iconic Ghanaian musicians and celebrities in Europe.