- Music duo, DopeNation, has dropped a new video after they parted company with Lynx
- They were seen in a video asking people to mind their own business
- It appears their latest video was a subtle reply to people who passed comments about their exit from Lynx
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Award-winning music duo, DopeNation, has dropped a video on social media that seems more like a subtle jab to naysayers and critics following their exit from Lynx Entertainment.
The video, which was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram page of the Zanku boys, saw them singing along to a song that was playing in what looked like a studio.
The content of the song, clearly an encrypted message, asked haters of the group to mind their own business and not meddle in their affairs.
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They went on to tell their critics that even if they were seen as bad people, in their own eyes, they appreciated all they had achieved and were very happy with their progress.
Captioning the video, the twin brothers simply wrote, "To whom it may concern!", as they dropped hot bars on the beat that was playing and made gestures proving they were on top of their game.
"If you say my life no good, I dey like am so. Charley mind your business", were some of the lyrics from the song believed to be the latest of the twin brothers.
The duo is now on their own after their 1-year contract with Richie Mensah's, Lynx Entertainment came to an end recently.
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It is yet to be ascertained what their next move will be or if they will be signing a new deal with a record label in the coming days.
In a related development, Lynx Entertainment artiste, Kuami Eugene, expressed happiness at the exit of the Afrobeats duo from the record label.
According to the sensational Highlife singer, the exit of the group from the record label makes him feel good.
DopeNation, comprising of twin brothers Tony and Michael Boafo, also known as Twist and B2, respectively signed with Lynx in April last year.
Reacting to the exit of the duo, Kuami Eugene indicated that he was neither disturbed nor had any problems because the two mature folks made their own decision.
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