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Industry Breakup: B-Red Squashes Rumors of Split with Davido’s HKN Music

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Davido - Sina RamboLast month, we heard news of a business dispute between Davido (founder/young executive at the helm of the seemingly successful label HKN Music) and his cousins B-Red and Sina Rambo (label mates). B-Red squashes the rumor in a recent television appearance where he flat out denies the allegations. Needless to say, no surprises there. This is family and family somehow finds a way to work out their issues, at least to some extent. I do believe whatever rift is present, which is absolutely nothing uncommon where family members do business together, it will ultimately be resolved, even if the cousins form their own independent labels in future.

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-Uduak

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