Afro-pop star, Reekado Banks has unveiled his record label days after exiting the Don Jazzy led Mavin Records.
The 25-year-old artiste made the announcement in an Instagram post on Sunday.
“Growing forward, Banks Music,” he wrote as the caption of the video unveiling the label.
The ‘Katapot’ singer also noted that a creative agency known as Probot will be his new management company.
Recall that the popstar had on Friday announced that he would be leaving Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records, five years after the label discovered him.
“Joining the @mavinrecords family was the best thing to have happened to me in the last decade. @donjazzy took me in and treated me like his own son. I’ll be eternally grateful to him for sacrifices he made towards the growth of my career,” he wrote in his exit note.
“Thank you all for all the times you’ve lifted me at my lowest moments, for the support, the amazing hits and most especially, the LOVE. Taking this bold step and moving on from Mavin Records onto bigger opportunities is something that, though not easy, is absolutely necessary because of my growth.
“I am very ecstatic about what the future holds and I cannot wait to share with everyone what new opportunities have come. Long Live Mavin Records.”