Rapper Vector Da Viper, aka Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, must have incurred the wrath of his record label, YSG EntertainmentLtd., as the outfit has brought a court interlocutory injunction on the fast rising entertainer, restraining him from doing any form of music business including;
“recording, releasing, distributing any composition, song, musical works or carrying out any activity as a recording or performing artist through or for the benefit of any person or organization other than YSG Entertainment Ltd., for constituting a breach of his record contract extension agreement and assignment and license agreement which he entered into on the 26 of October, 2011.”
According to investigations carried out by Pulse.ng, Vectoractually breached his contractual terms with YSG by moving away to join another label and together, they formed their own label.
But with this injunction, it remains to be seen where the rapper will pitch his tent, as we also hear that the man he teamed up with has even denied doing any business with the music maker.
Vector should learn from the example of another singer, Brymo, who fell out with his record label, Chocolate City last year and was promptly taken to court by the Audu Maikori led label and since then, Brymo’s career has been stunted.
See the court orders to the left.