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FANTON MOJAH AND DOWNSOUND RECORDS SPLIT AGAIN

Posted: May 30, 2011
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Fontan Mojah and Downsound Records have parted ways once again!

The decision has come only months after the two parties reconciled following a bitter split a few years ago

CEO of Downsound Records, Joe Bagdonvich told Music News that they were unable to come to an agreement on the management of Fanton's career

Fanton Mojah however hit back by saying that the contractual agreement presented by Downsound Records was not in his favor and therefore he was forced not to continue management

The singjay who left the record company after a bitter public split in 2006 to form his Macka Tree Label ensured fans that he will continue to push positive cultural music

Both Fanton and Downsound has expressed that the decision to part ways was amicable

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