American born Kenyan singer Victoria Kimani hints exit from Chocolate City has she feels lack of adequate support from the record label to her career.
The Afro-pop singer express her feeling through a post that she posted on her Instagram, which says that her forthcoming album ” Safari ” will be her last project under the label.
As we are highly anticipation for her sight now seems set on a future without the record label.
“Mann “these labels got me feelin independent!!!!” But still I keep pushing cuz greater is HE that is in me than he that is in the world.
“SAFARI is my last project with @choccitymusic …. Excited about what’s NEXT!,” she wrote.
Since 2012 that Victoria Kimani has signed to Chocolate City she has enjoyed a good relationship and success with the label.
Her debut album, “Safari” featured music hot shots, Ice Prince, Jesse Jagz, Khuli Chana, Sarkodie, Donald, Phyno and many others.
The singer’s “Queen Victoria” mixtape also makes up one of the main highlights of her time with Chocolate City.
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