Songtress Rahma Nanyanzi, alias Rahma Pinky, said her decision to quit Team No Sleep (TNS) is good for her growth in the industry.
“I know they know that I love what I do, so I can’t make a decision aimed at ruining my career,” Pinky told newsmen when she was asked to reassure her fans that leaving won’t hurt her music career.
There were allegations that Jeff Kiwanuka, the founder of TNS, fired her because she had become indisciplined.
On that, she said: “That means I don’t wish the best for myself… Pinky is good, Pinky is okay, Pinky is disciplined, Pinky is doing well.”
But she declined to comment on what exactly transpired.
“I won’t say anything [abou that],” she said.
Kiwanuka, who also goes by Kiwa, took on Pinky in December of 2021 after Sheebah Karungi whom he had managed for close to a decade left the label.
But in November reports emerged that the two had separated, with reports indicating that the songstress had become unruly and started abusing drugs.
Considering the sway Kiwa has in the music industry, some of her fans have been wondering if she hadn’t made a wrong move, considering most musicians tend to struggle without management.
Even Lydia Jazmine is said to have gone back under the management of producer and talent manager Bushingtone, real name George Kagoda.
Some industry observers had noted that her career had started tapering.
“Only her pictures are new. On Instagram, she frequently posts. If she could use the same energy she invests in Instagram in music!” music analyst Jenkins Mukasa said recently.
Lydia Jazmine’s recent hit songs are Omutima and Kapeesa.