K.O's Skhanda World Parts UMG

Seems aftermath of CashTime Fam is benefiting,

By  | Feb 28, 2023, 11:52 PM  | K. O  | Drama

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Rapper and arguably a Hip-Hop legend that has proved in the past year that he was the king of comebacks with his now Song of the Year titled hit SETE, featuring Young Stunna and Blxckie. But the TearGas alumni has been conscious of creating through facilitating rap careers Moozlie, Kid X, Zingah and what was known as CashTime Fam. 

But that entity did not end the entity and potential generational legacy, But Sknandda World was born. As reported:  

The businessman has big plans for 2020, including Skhanda World, his new record label.
Going into this new label, Skhanda World, K.O explained to ZAlebs that he has learned a lot from "Cashtime but also from Teargas." 

"Coming into this situation (Skhanda World), we are more informed, more enlightened and a lot smarter in how we need to go about it, making sure we are ticking all the boxes, " says K.O 

Three years later, it seems that the hitmaker with a number of up-and-coming,  and potential future tastemakers, K.O., has announced the split from his other artists’ from his new record label to collaborate with his fondling record label. As shared in the public statement:

K.O's Skhanda World parts with Universal Music

SKHANDAWORLD in partnership with Universal Music South Africa has mutually agreed to part ways with the following
artists; Ma-E, JustBheki & DJ Mr. X.
This announcement comes after the joint record labels have met and mutually:

“Or this could be with the fact the K.O has again managed to create with SETE that has affirmed as a hitmaker as the hit it was lit last reported as: 

A tweet caught the rapper's attention when the user suggested he made R70 million from it. This is a result from the booking and radio airplay it has been receiving as well as streams and views. 

“K.O made R70 Million with SETE, including airplay, bookings, streams, and views. He was the most booked artist last with over 990+ shows excluding international bookings,” the tweep said. 

K.O responded to this and used the slang for lies, which is a cap emoji. 
“This Mitchell & Ness (cap),” he reacted.”

But then the statement concludes by adding: 

: we agreed with the
artists that they are to be relieved of their contractual commitments to the labels.
The joint labels sincerely appreciate all the work that Ma E, JustBheki & DJ Mr. X have contributed
to the local music industry throughout the years that they have been signed to the joint venture.
We would like to wish all of the above-mentioned artists nothing but immense success in their
respective careers, may they continue to spread their wings and exceed the limitations of the sky.
All media enquiries & communication to Ma-E, JustBheki & DJ Mr X will not be affiliated with
SKHANDAWORLD or Universal Music South Africa, they can be directed to the artist and/or their
respective management.
SKHANDAWORLD will continue to serve the industry with music, and you can surely expect new
releases from artists affiliated with the label soon.

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