-Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has finally opened up about why OV left his record label Burniton Music Group (BMG)
- OV left Stonebwoy's record label about 6months ago with the rumor that she was joining Blakk Cedi on his label, Black Arm.
- But Stonebwoy says OV had to leave his record label at a time when her contract had ended and BMG was also fixing some internal issues.
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Award-winning Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy has stated that songstress OV left his record label because her contract with Burniton Music Group (BMG) had ended.
Stonebwoy also added that OV left at a time BMG was trying to fix some internal issues but she was not kicked out.
In a story cited by YEN.com.gh on Ghpage, Stonebwoy said his doors are always opened if OV needs any help from BMP.
“OV has been released from the Burniton Music Group as BMG is still fixing things internally. She is on her own now if she needs help she is welcome," Stonebwoy stated.
Rumours of OV being sacked from BMG spread like wildfire AROUND September 2019 after Stonebwoy's former manager Blakk Cedi was sacked.
But Stonebwoy said OV was never sacked from his record label.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Stonebwoy had finally given out details for his upcoming tour which will take place in the United Kingdom.
Stonebwoy took to his Twitter page to make the announcement for the upcoming tour which is expected to take place in May this year.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Stonebwoy shared the details of the UK tour on social media.
On May 8, Stonebwoy's first show will take place in London at the O2 Academy Islington.
The Bhim train will move to Manchester at the Academy 3 on May 9.
He will end the tour at Birmingham, hosting a show at the O2 Institute 3 on May 10.
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