Kuami Eugene signs record distribution deal with Empire; joins Black Sherif, Asake, Fireboy DML & other superstars


Award winning Ghanaian Highlife Singer has hinted on a new record distribution deal with Empire.

The singer shared the news with fans on twitter, definitely a reaction to rumors that he has left his longtime family Lynx Entertainment.

Few weeks ago, rumors were rift on social media that the singer has left Richie Mensah’s Lynx Entertainment, over issues best known to them.

However, the singer has finally brought closure to the matter with his Wednesday tweet.

The “Angela” hitmaker tweeted

The Empire Record Label and Distribution Company, based in USA with offices in Atlanta, New York, Nashville & London, UK is home to global superstars like Asake, Fireboy DML, Fat Joe, Black Sherif and other Grammy winning Artistes.

Empire handles digital distribution for most of its Artistes. Meanwhile, details of the deal with Kuami Eugene and Lynx Entertainment is not yet known. But, sources say Lynx will serve as Management and Empire will serve as Record label for the Ghanaian highlife star.

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