Nov 8, 2010, 11:12 AM
Information revealed to Point Entertainment has indicated that Big Fa, a renowned Gambian musician, has broken his music recording contract with Block Entertainment studio.
Briefing Point Entertainment on Tuesday at his studio, Kutubo Mboob, Manager of Block Entertainment, whilst confirming the unfortunate development, said the musician is supposed to pay D50,000 for each sound.
Big Fa, he said, after failing to honour the contract with Block Entertainment, went and released the contracted album with other musicians, “which is totally wrong”.
According to Kutubo, Block Entertainment was started by Mohawk and now is managed by him.
He says: “Some people are asking me to continue with the case while others are calling on me to drop the charges against Big Fa.”
He added: “I have great respect for him but he was misled by some people and he has realised that it’s a mistake and therefore he came to apologise and because of that I want to get things held on for the time being.”