Nigeria Entertainment Round Up: Harrisong says he charges N1 million to write songs.

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Davido’s HKN Music sign on Danagog

Davido’s HKN record label recently signed on afro-pop singer, Danagog.

Davido revealed this via Twitter.

 

Dangog also signed a management deal with Kamal Ajiboye led Twenty/20 Management. The HKN contract is for four years.

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Tillaman, parts ways with record label

Afro pop artiste, Tillaman, has parted ways with his record label, Euphoric Heritage Records.

According to his publicist, YBRL Consultancy, the parting between both parties was amicable.

The Koma Roll singer said the change will not affect his music and direction as making great music and representing his fans well are his goal.

Tillaman, whose real name is Adetona Adeyemi, is a prince of the Oyo kingdom. He is also a musical youth ambassador to the Oyo State government.
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Harrisong says he charge N1.5 million to write songs

Five Star Music artiste/songwriter, Harrisong, has disclosed that he now charges N1 million to write songs.

In an interview with Punch Newspaper, Harrisong, who wrote Kcee’s Limpopo, said, “Before now, we charged between N100, 000 and N200, 000 for a song. Today, I charge as much as N1 million to write a song. Truth is, Nigerian artistes have begun to appreciate songwriters. They pay me my money and appreciate me. I have written a lot of songs but I don’t talk about them because Nigerian artistes don’t like it when the songwriters take credit for composing songs for them.”

Harrrisong also said he has 120 un-released songs


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