Mzansi singer Lady Zamar has reportedly signed with Makhadzi’s former label, Open Mic Productions, to market her music.
“I am talking about the contract I signed, and no one was allowed to give me a copy. I worked with Open Mic without a copy of my contract ever since they said they would send it. I kept reminding them, but no one was willing to send me my contract.”
According to new reports, Lady Zamar, whose music has not been doing so well, has signed with Open Mic to help promote it.
“She has a great album, but no one is pushing it. Hopefully, with Open Mic and their connections, she is hoping the album will do well,” said a source for Zimoja.
In a comment to Briefly, Zamar confirmed she is still with UMG and the role Open Mic Productions will play for her.
“I’m signed to UMG, and we’ve been working hand in hand for some time. It has been instrumental in getting me to where I am as an artist, and we have maintained a cordial exciting relationship.”
“The current team has an exceptional group of individuals working round the clock to ensure my music success from a label perspective.
“I have, however, signed a MANAGEMENT deal with Open Mic Productions after trying out different management organisations and finding that OM and UMG have a rather good and respectful relationship from where I’m standing.”
“Open Mic has the kind of environment I have needed and the two companies working together on the different aspects of my music, artistry and brand is sure to make a great impact in the music space.”