Ghanaian songstress, Feli Nuna has revealed that her decision to leave Lynx Entertainment, a label that is currently considered as one of the best in Ghana because of successes chalked by Kuami Eugene, MzVee and Kidi, some five years ago was because she didn’t like their creative direction for her there.
Speaking on TV Africa’s ‘Video Ride’ show which is hosted by Larry Bozzlz, she stressed that Richie Mensah’s Lynx Entertainment did not allow her to fully explore her creativity so she had to move on.
The ‘Galaway’ singer also revealed that currently, she has realized that being signed onto a record label is not for her because the record label she left not long ago was not doing enough for her even though, she was giving her all to the label.
Feli disclosed that because she has noticed that records labels do not work for her in the manner she will want, the only thing they will force her to get into any form of relationship with any record label will be if the said label will be willing to cough out over $1,000,000 for her.
Watch the video of Feli Nuna with Larry on TV Africa below: