Azeez Fashola, a Nigerian singer better known as Naira Marley, has officially floated ‘Marlian Records’, his own record label.


The 25-year-old singer also announced the signing of four new artistes — Zinoleesky, Mohbad, Cblack, and Fabian — to his music label during his recently held concert themed ‘Marlian Fest’ in Victoria Island, Lagos.

“I want to use the platform to announce my new record label called Marlian Records and it’s for you all. Any of you that has talent can come through,” Marley said after one of his performances on Monday night.

On Wednesday, the rapper also took to his Instagram page to re-introduce his four artistes to his 2.5 million followers.


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Marlians can u welcome my talented brothers to MarlianMusic. 2 thousand and plenty. @zinoleesky @iam_cblack01 @fabian_blu @iammohbad talented motherfuckers👊🏾👊🏾🔥


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The announcement comes about the same time when Zlatan Ibile, a street musician, launched ‘Zanku Records,’ his own record label.

Marley has been in a legal battle with the EFCC ever since he was first arrested for his controversial 2019 track and social media comments alleged to have upheld cybercrime.


In addition to the 11-count charges of “conspiracy, possession of counterfeit credit cards, and fraud” on him, the anti-graft agency had said it retrieved more evidence against the singer after a forensic probe.

The singer was, however, got embroiled in a fresh wave of controversy after a Lagos court ordered his arrest over alleged car theft.

While he dismissed the claims as mischievous, Marley was later arraigned on four counts of conspiracy, stealing, assault, and obstructing the police before the Lagos state magistrates’ court.

But Ayodeji Awokulehin, the magistrate, recently said that the singer has initiated settlement talks with Adelekan Ademola, the complainant.


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