Singer Harrysong Quits 5 Star Music, Starts His Own Record Label


Singer Harrysong Starts Record Label Alter Plate, Quits Five Star Music

Nigerian singer Harrysong has quit Five Star Music to establish his own record label, Alter Plate.

The “Reggae Blues” crooner has been reportedly having serious differences with his former label, Five Star Music.

The feud was said to have escalated when Harrysong allegedly refused to shelf his concert and concentrate on releasing his debut album under the label.

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Vice President of Five Star Music, Kcee, who was instrumental to Harrysong’s fame and success was also alleged to have threatened him.

Reports say Kcee threatened that if Harrysong goes ahead with the concert he will no longer enjoy support from Five Star Music.

Although, it seems as though Harrysong’s former label is at the losing end, it doesn’t seem like the end to the matter.

On Saturday evening, Harrysong shared a logo of his new record label on his Instagram page.


Although he didn’t say what it was all about, investigations reveal that it was his own music label.

The fact is, Harrysong still has a 2-year old contract with Five Star Music.

Five Star Music will surely not let this go without a fight.

Harrysong Starts Record Label Alter Plate

Some reports claim that Harrysong was unhappy with his contract with E-Money’s Five Star Music and wanted out.

However, the artiste has gone on to float his own record label, Alter Plate without informing Five Star.


A source close to Five Star Music said he believes that the record label will take it up with Harrysong.

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According to the source, they paid a lot of money to break his contract with his former music label, Kevin Luciano’s Question Mark Records.

Presently, Harrydsong still has contractual agreements with Five Star  Music until 2018.

Harrysong doesn’t seem to care as he’s already launched his own label.

Mr Songz, as he is fondly called, also dropped hits like “Reggae Blues”, “Aka Gum” and “BetaPikin”.