Refigah to rivals: I won’t be cowed
Grandpa Records’ boss Refigah is furious at his enemies, whom he accuses of trying to tarnish his label’s name by spreading falsehoods.
He claimed that his enemies send wannabe artistes to record at his studio and later accuse the label of demanding extra cash and sexual favours for their music.
“I work with a team of professionals and they know their work,” said Refigah.
“We have noticed that a number of artistes who come to record music at our studios have sinister motives and we know they have been sent by our enemies. We shall not be cowed by them,” he said.
Recently, Majirani, an upcoming music group, accused Grandpa Records of stealing the song Hivyo Ndio Kunaendanga from them.
“I have documents to prove that Grandpa owns 50 per cent of the song and Majirani owns the rest. We both signed the agreement, and they are just being used to tarnish our name. People should just work hard and be successful or be prepared to see us fly higher,” he warned.