Songstress Ethel Eshun professionally known as eShun has parted ways with her label Quophimens Musiq.

According to eShun in an interview with Amansan Krakye on Radio Central in Cape Coast, her contract with the label has ended and she may not renew it.


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“If you want the truth, the truth is that the contract has ended so we are looking to signing again but it doesn’t look like we will sign again. So for now the contract has expired. So that’s all I can say about it”, she revealed.

When asked why artists are tagged ungrateful after leaving their labels she said;

“I haven’t heard anyone calling me ungrateful yet so I wouldn’t know how to answer that but when it happens like that I would ask the person why because every story has two sides so you can’t draw conclusion. For me I haven’t heard anyone called me ungrateful and I hope not to hear it.


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What I think is that everything that has a beginning has an end so it started and it has ended. When it comes to the music fraternity it happens a lot. Tiwa Savage had like 5 years contract and when it ended she decided not to continue. It happened to Stonebwoy and Kofi Kinaata too”.

The “Akyia” singer therefore thanked Quophimens Musiq for the support so far.

“So I’m just grateful to my team for supporting me till this point”, she added.



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