Harrysong has apologised to the record label management and his fans for the silly mistake he made.
The ‘Reggae Blues’ singer previously claimed to have helped Five Star Music and Kcee, especially in terms of reviving his ‘talentless’ career before their clash in the last quarter of 2016.
He’s now apologised to the record label management and his fans for the silly mistake he made.
‘I want to say thank you to my five star family, especially Kcee,’
he said in an interview.
‘I want to say I’m sorry Kcee, I am sorry to Five Star for most of those words said in anger. I miss my family. You don’t expect me to fight with my family forever.’
Harrysong had boasted that he succeeded in recreating Kcee’s sound, wrote and co-produced his first ‘meaningful’ single, ‘Had It Been I Know’.
This was followed by ‘Okpekete’, ‘Limpopo’, ‘Pull Over’ and other songs that defined the Kcee that everyone knows and celebrates today.
‘No wahala, somebody come put “sand sand” for our garri. I’m back with my family.’