After they announced that they were no longer with Ambitiouz Entertainment A-Reece, Fifi Cooper, and Benchmarq have been on a back and forth social media spat with the label.
The recent complaint from the former Ambitiouz artist was from A-Reece who came out guns blazing as he retaliated against the label.
Clearly, there should be a problem if not one, but four artists from a record label all make their exit at the same time.
It is unfortunate that we need to publicly address issues that relate to the business end of our music once again.— A-REECE. (@reece_youngking) March 13, 2017
A-Reece's Twitter timeline has since been filled with complaints from the rapper who feels that Ambitiouz is not playing a fair game at the moment.
The harassment from Ambitious Ent has begun affecting our work and as such we have had to notify them and 3rd parties of the legal position.— A-REECE. (@reece_youngking) March 13, 2017
We have never signed any agreement with Ambitious and they do not own any copyright to our work.— A-REECE. (@reece_youngking) March 13, 2017
The rapper expressed how Ambitiouz is allegedly misleading the industry.
They have mislead promoters and radio stations to believe that they do, and even threatened an urgent interdict that would not hold in court— A-REECE. (@reece_youngking) March 13, 2017
It seems like this will be one long legal battle, hopefuly an agreement will be reached soon.
We have responded to their shrewd tactics in writing and will obtain legal counsel where necessary to stop the abuse(1 of 5 pgs frm letter) pic.twitter.com/W63mAvrim9— A-REECE. (@reece_youngking) March 13, 2017
The 13th of March 2017 will go down as one of the most memorable days in the history of South African music when artists retaliate against their former recording labels, all in the name of Art.
5th of 5 pages from the letter. 👇 pic.twitter.com/pKmBIxR76j— A-REECE. (@reece_youngking) March 13, 2017
A-Reece ended off his rage by reminding his fans about his latest musical offering.
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