More and more splits seem to be occurring in the music industry, and this time it’s L.O.S who part ways with Bankhead Entertainment.
The official press release goes:
It is with regret, that Hip-Hop/R&B super group L.O.S announce their departure from Bankhead Entertainment with immediate effect. Having collaborated and achieved some success over the years, both parties have now decided to part ways amicably and by mutual consent.
Yung, Briss, Bridge and Tomi Thomas – collectively known as L.O.S (Loud On Sound) – exploded onto the scene in the Summer of 2011 with their Shank-featured hit single “Magic” and have not looked back since…
2012 saw the release of three hugely successful and excellent records, “On Fire”, “Pamparampe” and “Bad Guy P” with the group headlining a sold-out concert at the Federal Palace Hotel in July while touring all across the country with the likes of Samsung, Spinlet and Hennessy among others.
L.O.S closed out the year with the release of the hugely anticipated and long-awaited music video for “Bad Guy P” to rave reviews from fans, critics and new audiences alike. They also opened for Chris Brown on the Nigerian leg of his world tour to end a defining 2012.
The four artists are now under record label L.O.S Music which will work closely with Storm Records, with Setop Media handling all management inquiries. They are already prepping for the release of a massive remix of their latest smash hit “Bad Guy P” featuring two very special guests and that monster remix will be followed, soon after, by the group’s debut E.P as well as future solo projects from all four group members…
In essence, it is going to be a very exciting 2013 for L.O.S and L.O.S Music!!!