Namartist artist management group, founded by musician Patience Namadingo, has announced the end of a working relationship with up-and-coming artist Made See after the youngster’s public misgivings on his contract.
In a statement signed by Namartist manager Peter Mazunda, the group says Made See, real name Medson Kapeni, is now at liberty to work with who he wants.
Mazunda said during the initial contract, FDH Bank plc committed to use K1 million for the young artist’s music promotion which is still safe. He said the other K1 million was used for his education, paid directly by the bank to the school.
“However, it was recently brought to our attention with much disappointment that Made See was expelled from school on grounds we choose not to dwell into,” he said.
Mazunda said the move to put Made See in school was made after the artist and his mother, Annie Nsaka, indicated that they wanted the artist to access better education while pursuing his music career.
He said currently Made See has already recorded two singles Litilo and Jembe and four instrumentals ready for voice mixing.
“These recordings will be made available to his next partners without any cost to Made See, but at the expense of Namartists management group,” added Mazunda.
The end of the working relationship between Namadingo’s Namartists and Made See comes days after the young artist accused Namadingo of not assisting him financially. He later accused Namadingo and his team of delaying the release of his album.
In an interview on Monday, Made See’s mother also accused Namadingo of blocking her son from exploring his talent.
Made See made an impression on the music scene last year following the release of his first single Litilo featuring Namadingo. The song caught the attention of FDH Bank plc which eventually committed to sponsor him with K2 million, half of the amount for his education and the other half for his music.