Reekado Banks Announces Own Label, ‘Banks Music’ – 2 Days After Quitting Mavin Records

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Reekado Banks Announces Own Label, 'Banks Music' – 2 Days After Quitting Mavin Records

Reekado Banks Announces Own Label, ‘Banks Music’ – 2 Days After Quitting Mavin Records

Barely two days after he officially parted ways with Mavin Records, a music company owned by Don Jazzy, popular Afropop singer, Ayoleyi Solomon, better known as Reekado Banks, has launched his own record label.

The 25-year-old singer took to his social media platforms on Sunday, December 9, where he shared a media announcing himself and his team in grand style.

“Growing forward, Banks Music,” he wrote as the caption of the video unveiling the label.

The singer also revealed that a creative agency known as Probot will be his new management company.

Reekado Banks on Friday announced that he will no longer be a member of the Mavins family.

Solomon, who who celebrated his 25th birthday on Thursday, also thanked Don Jazzy for the opportunity he gave him when he signed with the record label in 2013.

He said: “Today I write in tears, not from a place of pain, but of joy and gratitude. A place of bliss and satisfaction because I am more than contented with how far this opportunity has brought me. The last five years have been the most blissful years of my career. The journey has been extremely wonderful and filled with the best experiences.

“I’ve learnt that family is not just about blood ties but about the love, sacrifices and friendship that exist amongst its members. The relationships I have fostered has proved to me that love is thicker than blood. Joining the @mavinrecords family was the best thing to have happened to me in the last decade. @donjazzy took me in and treated me like his own son. I’ll be eternally grateful to him for sacrifices he made towards the growth of my career.”

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