UgaBoys have vowed to produce evidence on how Black Market Records, through greed and fear, has failed their dreams for three years.

During a recent TV interview, Tony Ocean, one of the managers at BMR, promised to sue the duo for breaching their 7-year contract with the label.

He pointed out how UgaBoys had stubbornly released their project with Ykee Benda using other publishers and distributors which goes against BMR’s terms.

The project in contention

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On a post shared on their Instagram, the duo revealed how Black Market Records has tried so hard to fail their progress for three years now.

UgaBoys believe that the BMR label is being engulfed by fear and greed, and does not want to see their brand do well hence the reason why it even deleted their project with Ykee Benda off YouTube.

The duo vows to produce evidence to back up their claims and to expose the record label which is a home to several other local music stars.

Attention! Very shameful @BlackMarketAfrica puts down our song Gimme featuring Ykee Benda because of much fear and greed after them failing us for almost 3 years. Nobody can stop God made. Let’s go to evidence.

UgaBoys | Instagram

Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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