After fighting with Iyanya, and other record label mates, Ubi Franklin has pitched camp with Tekno.
After much denial of happenings in his life, especially the exit of one of his most productive signees, Ubi Franklin has announced Tekno's exit from his record label.
Tekno left Made Men Music Group after much back and forth concerning the future of his career with them.
He was also signed to Upfront and Personal, owned by Public Relations big weight, known popularly as Paul O. This agency was responsible for most of the singer's international connections and performance.
Tekno was, therefore, receiving a lesser share of his money which was split between MMMG and Upfront and Personal bookings. He made the decision to leave MMMG since they were not pushing his career.
In the last quarter of 2018, Tekno created and launched his own record label, Cartel Music.
He has gone on to release about two singles under his label and plans to sign his long time girlfriend and baby mama, Lola Rae.
Seeing that Tekno's new label is blossoming and all other signees to his one time big MMMG have left him, Ubi decided to acknowledge Tekno's exit almost a year later.
He wrote on Instagram: