Desmond Ike, Harrysong’s manager, has said that there is a high chance of reconciliation between Harrysong and Five Star Music, his former record label.
Harrysong left Five Star music in November 2016 to float his own music platform, Alter Plate.
Since the announcement of Alter Plate, Harrysong has been arrested and released on two occasions.
A statement released by Five Star music, the record label owned by Emeka Okonkwo, had said Harrysong repeatedly breached the three-year contract he signed with them.
On Wednesday, Harrysong posted a picture of Five Star music on his Instagram page and captioned it: “I miss my family, love forever.”
Ike told TheCable Lifestyle that Harrysong’s family at Five Star music misses him.
“The thing is that when Harrysong left Five Star music, he had friends and family there. At the moment, there is a high chance of reconciliation. At the moment, they have not reconciled but it is not bad for someone to say that I miss my family.
“Despite what has happened, these two were friends; they were like a family. Same way he misses them, they miss him a lot.”
Harrysong also removed details of Alter Plate, his own record label, from his Instagram bio and replaced it with Five Star music.
Ike said Alter Plate would remain if Harrysong reconciles with Five Star music.
“There are a lot of issues going on with the arrest. For now, I do nit want to say so much about the arrest although there is a lot of misconception and misinformation.
“The most important thing is that there is a re-conciliatory move, the industry heads are coming together to see how to reconcile friends who were torn apart as a result of interest but talks are still going on. Alter Plate remains if he reconciles with Five Star music.”
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