Word on the street is Kel and Capitol Records are done. With just one album released, the relationship between Kel and Capital Hill Records which brought her to the limelight seems to have hit the rocks. Reports coming in from both camps suggest that the rapper whose debut album, The Investment, was released just last year, is about putting an end to her relationship with the label.
Her deal with the label ends in March 2011, but Kel wants to leave immediately. So the label has demanded that she settles her debt before she can leave. “We produced her album for her, shot her videos and have promoted her ever since. She owes the label about N10 million and we have communicated this to her. We have also withdrawn her videos from TV as we cannot continue to promote her when she doesn’t want to be with us anymore.”.
This is a pretty interesting development. We wish Kel the best of luck in the future. I’m sure she wont have any issues landing another deal.