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Wande Coal rejects Mavin Records' claims in interview

19 November 2013, 12:27

Abuja - Wande Coal revealed in an interview with Adesope Olajide on Vox Africa that he was never signed to Mavin Rercords after his former label Mo'Hits Records folded.

"There's no beef, there's nothing so, I mean the song Baby Face was supposed to be on my album but since we fell out. I was just there, it was void [be]cause I didn't have any contract (sic)," Wande Coal commented on the recent controversy over his new single "Baby Face."

Don Jazzy had earlier accused Wande of stealing the song, which he claims he owns. Days after a Twitter spat between the popular artists, Mavin Records released a statement announcing Wande's exit from the label.

Wande went on talk about why he started off his Black Diamond Entertainment label.

"Everybody knows I'm Black Diamond; I've been with Don Jazzy for a while now. It was something I really wanted to do so I just decided to start my own outfit," Wande said.


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