kamo Mphela Opens Up About Leaving Killer Kau’s Management To Work With Major League DJz
kamo Mphela Opens Up About Leaving Killer Kau’s Management To Work With Major League DJz. Kamo Mphela, is a South African dancer and singer. She became a viral sensation on Twitter when a clip of her dancing to an amapiano song circulated on social media. While rising stars often witness issues with recording labels before breaking into fame, that’s also what Kamo Mphela went through.
Before working with Major League DJz, Kamo Mphela had a verbal agreement with Killer Kau’s management. When asked if whether there was beef or it was a peaceful transition, Kamo Mphela said there was a beef that behind her transition. “It wasn’t a peaceful transition, I just don’t wanna expose people. There was things like Instagram accounts being taken from me… And at that time we were all still learning, maybe they were still learning because it’s the first time they do this… We’ll never know right? But if I come and voice something and I’m like ‘yo bro, I don’t like this’ and then you you say I’m doubting you. Then that’s a problem because you’re compromising me, because I’m doing this to have a better life for my family and myself. If I had stayed there, I wouldn’t have the things that I do right now, because people put themselves first, you put your loyalty first but you’re not eating like everybody else,” she explained.
“If somebody can go blow 15K at LV, and you’re still on the same sneaker you were in the first time you hustled, it don’t make sense. It’s just sad when people take advantage of you when you’re not knowledgeable like that or you don’t understand the game yet. So that’s what happens until you have a conversation with others who already understand the game,” she added.
Though Kamo Mphela had been rumoured to have been signed with Major League DJz, the star previously revealed that she is actually not signed to them. “I never signed to Major League. It’s just an association signing. I’m signed to myself. I met Major League at Moja Cafe when they were performing. That was there the first time they saw me. The asked me to come to the studio and started doing gigs with them.”
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