Wasafi Classic Baby (WCB) artist Raymond Shaban Mwakyusa popularly known as Rayvanny has been trending to have intentions of exiting the music label. This is after the star launched his new music label named Next Level Music (NLM). The music studio is said to be very big and is set to be among the biggest labels in the country. However, despite the allegations, Rayvanny has been denying the allegations, claiming that if he had the intentions, he would have left by now.
According to the hit maker, WCB is for life and he will never leave the label for another, rather different artists will be signed in his new label.
According to WCB CEO Diamond Platinumz, he is actually happy with Rayvanny's idea of starting a label. In fact, he urges WCB artists to spread their wings and try different things so as to advance financially and grow in their career even if it means exiting Wasafi. According to the CEO, wasafi allows any one under it to start up their projects if they want. He referred to Drake who have been working with Lil Wayne's Cash Money Brothers and has his own label named OVO.
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