KAMPALA – Time and again, artists change management for various reasons. Some suggest reasons like desire to advance in their careers while others tend to keep reasons for the change personal.
When artists are at the top, it is in most cases all thanks to the management who do all it takes to push and propel the brand (artist) to greater heights.
Artists never realize that fame in most cases is only short lived and they only realize that they can’t last forever when they are falling apart and in most cases it’s too late to rectify.
Latest in this wave of management changes is thin-tall musician Nina Roz who switched management from Sure Entertainment to Black Market Records barely seven months after joining the music label (Sure).
Under the management of Sure Entertainment, the ‘Anayinama’ hit maker had only managed to work on just two projects, “Kyoyoyo” and “Ntika Nkutike”.
Many people were questioning how the slender singer managed to join the United States based Record Label after falling out with two record labels in less than a year.
To defend the artist, award winning music producer and musician Daddy Andre responded by saying he recommended her because she is one of the most talented female musicians in Uganda.
Andre’s recommendation came at a time the Record Label had just come to a conclusion to sign female singer Minah Izah.
Nina Roz joins Angella Katatumba, Bruno K and Daddy Andre under Black Market Records
Nina Roz was allegedly kicked out by her management (Sure Management). Before joining them (Sure), Nina had ditched Bombark Records.
Sources in Sure Management intimate that they allegedly fell out with the self-proclaimed ‘Ugandan Property’ over moral issues.
According to reliable sources, sure management could take no more of Nina Roz’s disrespect and decided to part ways with her.
Most musicians in Uganda easily forget the people who made them who they are. They start exchanging with their managers rudely, insulting and ignoring advice, a thing that makes them fall out with management.