Three upcoming artistes have been signed to Made Men Music Group, a record label co-owned by Ubi Franklin and Paul Okoye.
The three new signees – Lino, Chibex and Ellyman – were on Sunday welcomed to MMG at an unveiling ceremony in Lagos.
“A lot of guys attack me on social media but I can’t take care of everyone. After six months of going through their contracts, back and forth with lawyers, we are here,” Franklin said at the event.
Co-owner Paul Okoye is the CEO of branding outfit Upfront and Personal, and also the convener of One Africa Music Fest convener.
MMMG is already home to ‘Pana’ singer Tekno and artiste-producer Selebobo.
Mavin singer Iyanya Mbuk previously co-owned MMG before jumping ship to the Don Jazzy-led outfit.
His stake was subsequently bought by Franklin who thereafter sold to Okoye.
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