Nigerian music sensation Ruger took the internet by storm with a surprise revelation on his social media platform, announcing his departure from the Jonzing World record label and introducing his newly minted imprint, Blown Boy Entertainment. The artiste expressed heartfelt gratitude to his former label and manager, DPrince, acknowledging their pivotal role in shaping his career.
In a poignant caption, Ruger reflected on the opportunities provided by Jonzing World, underlining the significance of embracing new chapters in his artistic journey. Despite the poignant nature of the decision, Ruger conveyed a sense of trust in divine guidance, stating, "It's sad that I have to leave, but God knows best."
The launch of Blown Boy Entertainment stands as a pivotal moment in Ruger's musical odyssey, symbolizing his newfound autonomy and creative freedom as an artiste. With this exciting venture, Ruger is set to further refine his unique sound and explore uncharted artistic territories.
Anticipation is running high among fans and industry insiders, all eager to witness the next chapter of Ruger's musical evolution under the banner of Blown Boy Entertainment.
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