Famous Nigerian Afropop vocalist, Harrison Okiri a.k.a. Harrysong has acknowledge and made harmony with his previous Five State Music name supervisor Emeka Okwonko a.k.a. e-cash and name mate Kingsley Okwonko a.k.a. KCee.
The ‘Reggae Blues’ crooner took to his Instagram handle @iamharrysong on Saturday hours after the collection listening gathering of his most recent tune Journey.
“I had an extraordinary time at my listening party yesterday and it gave personal time to reflect as I viewed my young brother @skiibii play out his hit tune #sensima. “Making harmony with yourself starts with your capacity to confront your fact.
“My voyage will never be finished without @iam_kcee and @iam_emoney1 you were a piece of the vessels that God used to change my story.
“I value you both, I was harmed and responded at the time yet paying little mind to what occurred, I perceive the effect you made in my life. “Never nibble the finger that nourished you my kin… let love lead,” he composed. The lyricist, maker and previous Five Star Music resilient man as of late discharged another melody “Voyage.”
In the melody, he discussed life and how he would not abandon accomplishing his fantasies. As indicated by reports, Harrysong left Five Star Music a few years back in light of the fact that he guaranteed that he was not being acknowledged for his endeavors.
Another clarification was that Harrysong was profiting by the side without the information of Five State Music. The misconception raised and he left and set up his own record mark ‘Modify Plate Music Company’ however demanded that he had no issues with his previous record name. His statements of regret to previous record name manager and mate could cover all the sharpness and graph another course for the gifted artiste.
The Warri conceived multi instrumentalist rose to distinction after his tribute melody to Nelson Mandela won the “Most Downloaded Callertune Award” at the 2013 Headies. The melody ruled the Nigerian and South African wireless transmissions which got him sponsorship by a telecom mammoth to go to the Grammy in the U.S.