Burna Boy’s Record Label, Spaceship Entertainment Signs Veteran Producer LeriQ
Burna Boy appears to have taken the advice by Cubana Chief Priest as the African giant has since then, added two artistes to his record label, Spaceship Entertainment. The latest addition to the new expansion is his former label mate on Aristokrat Records, ace producer LeriQ.
With the new renewed activity in the label, the afro-fusion artist who was among few African artist and only Nigerian artist performed at the Global Citizen organised concert – One World: Together At Home – quoted the producer’s tweet of being on a spaceship commenting “If you’re looking for us, we’ll be on a spaceship!“.
LeriQ adds to the three signee to the record label including Burna Boy, his sister Nissi Ogulu and afro-fusion rising star Buju.
— Burna Boy (@burnaboy) April 19, 2020
You would remember the early days, of both acts on Aristokrat Records, crafting timeless records. Burna Boy’s debut album, L.I.F.E, was almost entirely produced by LeriQ, who it was said, got into some issues with Burna at some point and led to a fallout.
But now, it’s obvious that both stars are rocking with each other and with young BUJU and Nissi (another Spaceship Ent. artist) to bring up with dope melodies, we’re seeing history repeat itself.