It’s almost traditional among celebrated musicians to launch a record label of their own after they make it on the music plane. Most would start as independents, clinch a record label deal along the way, become famous, and then launch their own labels.
Some would win music competitions, earn automatic record label deals, work their way to the top, and establish their own record label. It is what it is.
South African rapper A-Reece falls into one of these categories. The Boy Doing Things was previously signed to Ambitiouz Entertainment, easily one of the most controversial record labels in South Africa. Along the line, he had exited the record label and gone solo.
Now, A-Reece is about to make one of the most significant moves of his career – that of owning a record label. While answering questions during the SAMA nominations, the “Paradise” star noted that he would launch a record label called Revenge Club Records.
A-Reece says you can expect quality hip hop music from him and he is about to launch his own label 'Revenge Club Records' pic.twitter.com/MaKH3gqAKk
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He gave no timeline to the establishment of the label, however. If he should eventually establish the label, he would h=[join the likes of Cassper Nyovest, Emtee and Nasty C, who all own record labels (Family Tree, Emtee Records, and Tall Racks Records, respectively).