Gasha posted an apology on Facebook addressed to her former label Stevens.
She expresses deep regrets for the mistakes that let to a severance of ties with the label and pleads for forgiveness. She blames the fact that she had an amateurish knowledge about show business.
The label signed Gasha in 2013 and made remarkable strides in the music industry with the sultry songstress. She had released groundbreaking hits “Kaki mbere” and “This Life”, garnered a massive following across Cameroon under the label , winning an AFRIMMA . Things turned stale and she exited. Steven’s management put out an official statement indicating they had an amicable seperation.
She was immediately substituted by Daphne after the separation. It’s quite evident that this was a witty move . Daphne seems to be doing so well, she’s been basking in fame and even clinched an AFRIMMA award this year under their management.
It’s so appropriate for Gasha to apologize. We however await a statement from Stevens.
Afrimma laureate Gasha resurfaces with a soul-soothing song titled “Champion” . The song was penned for “Women will change Africa” campaign. A video that takes emotional excerpts of powerful African women across the world can only bring the joy and the yearn to be a champion. Gasha brings her unique voice on a Pazzo-produced instrumental. Enjoy
One of the ways to give yourself a spiritual face lift is asking for forgiveness. Being sorry for causing emotional harm to someone. It is a scarpel which removes emotional scars. Humility melts a stone heart.
Following the polemic that ensued after Gasha went ranting against PBrodaz on Facebook and a video clarification of what we didn’t see as “Beef” surfaced, Gasha has tendered a humble apology to PBrodaz for clamouring before seeking the truth. “I’m sorry” says Gasha. This is evident in the screenshot below. This apology is a symbol of peace.
Last week, Gasha got exhilarated and bitterly slammed allegations on her Facebook page against US-based Cameroonian singers P Brodaz for going on Boom Tv and criticizing her new collabo with Ugandan superstar Eddy Kenzo “Chill”.
Altho’ the torpedo of her attack was unknown from her post which doesn’t carry any name, Kreef Entertainment owned by Ebangha Njang later cleared the putrid air by divulging the underlying truth on their page. The painful sting was that Eddy Kenzo reportedly doesn’t know who P Brodaz are and feels embarrassed.
P Brodaz reacted astutely and with maturity to the posts saying she shouldnt be quick to react when she’s not sure and declared that they didn’t beef her. The post came alongside a short video of Terence Dexter(one the PBrodaz) in the studio jiving to their new song with DJ Arafat.
Following the comments, it was apparent that it wasn’t a beef as such. Some who had watched the video testified.
Social media was rife with avalanches of insults on PBrodaz . The duo reacted peacefully until this video of the “Fancode” video on Boom TV popped online to clarify the controversy. PBrodaz have said they owe Gasha and her team no apology.
Gasha keeps basking in the limelight wth her tuneful and soul searching songs. The former Stevens signee is kicking it this time with ‘Sitya loss’ Ugandan superstar Eddy Kenzo on an afro pop joint titled ‘Chill’. Quite visible is the cameo appearance by fellow music star Magasco and urban music hype girl Ebangha Njang. This video was directed by Chuzih and Martin Beta. A Pazzo-produced song.
Join Fyn Boi No Pimples (FBNP) for an exciting Red Carpet event scheduled to take place on Saturday November 1st at Dream Lounge Buea. The event shall bring together artists and fashion designers. The controversy surrounding Jovi’s presence at the event has been interred after the event organisers declared that they were unable to pay the 2.5 million requested by the rap artist. However, Afrimma winning artist Gasha shall be performing at the event alongside Fluri Boyz, Askia and Ewube. Get your swag on!
Afrimma laureate Gasha has wasted no time to hit the road with a brand new video of the song titled ‘The date’ featuring Zegeman. She plunges our minds into an old school feel. Unwind yourself with beautiful soulful music .
Rapper and singer Gee Reign has released a brand nu single titled “Nkap ” featuring soulful songstress Gasha. Its a powerful jam spiced with all the ingredients of a propitious chart~topper. Gasha, The AFRIMMA winner is making a remarkable impression in the urban music scene in Africa. She recently honed a new tune with Ugandan star Eddy Kenzo. Release is impending. Enjoy this beaut piece below via this link http://soundcloud.com/geereign/gee-reign-ft-gasha-nkap-money-237jamz
Trending Cameroonian Hip hop star Stanley Enowwon AFRIMMA Best New comer while Afro-soul sonstress Gasha clinched AFRIMMA Best Female Artist from Central Africa last Sunday in USA. NexDim says kudos for making Cameroon proud .
But hey ! Stanley keeps watching torrents of criticism rain on him as he beams with smile as a trail-blazer in the game.
The ‘Bayangi Boy’ has been brandishing our flag high but his career is seemingly a subject of massive criticism. Apart from having a nightmare of negative feedback being slammed on his new single “Njama Njama cow” on Social media , Stanley Enow whose opus ‘Hein pere’ catapulted him to continental fame last year has been having a bitter pill to swallow after thriving at MTV Music Awards in Durban and the recent AFRIMMA that took place in USA . We are now getting au fait with this saga.
RnB star Banky W was the first to ponder loudly on the choice of Stanley as the winner for Best New comer at MAMA when he said on Twitter Phyno was the better choice. He later apologized .
Stanley’s win at AFRIMMA has stimulated various moods and caprices on social media. However, some applaud his win.
NexDim was eagle-eyed on the Twitter and Facebook rants concerning the nomination and the win . We throw a spotlight on the most controversial status that ignited comments;
1. Ngwane Hansel is an intellectual comedian and he had this to say on Facebook ;
“Wow. Stanley Enow and Gasha both win at the AFRIMMA 2014 awards. And one of them is talented’.
2. Ebangha Njang is an influential Cameroonian urban music promoter on Social Media based in USA . She had this to spill out ;
Gasha and Ebangha Njang
“So since Saturday evening I’ve been reading so many negative tweets & updates on Twitter & Facebook respectively… Yes at the Afrimma Awards, African artists making the buzz this year were nominated. U never heard Ugandans asking y Eddy Kenzo was nominated & not the other ones, or Nigerians asking y Davido and Iyanya were nominated and not Ice Prince or Dbanj, or Tanzanians wondering y Diamond Platinumz was nominated too etc… Nooo it’s always Cameroonians, but they forget that to make it in the music industry these days ain’t abt talent anymore, talent is like 10% of it. There are more talented artists in America than Rihanna, Lil Wayne or even Britney Spears, but it ain’t abt all dat. It’s abt hardwork, positive attitude, good management, business mind, faking it to make it and being humble!!! Y’all keep asking y this person was nominated and not the other, next year the same ppl gonna be nominated and still not the others if the drive doesn’t change… we need to stop the hate, the unnecessary controversy and come togeda so Cameroon’s music industry could be amongst the BEST in Africa. It’s show business, not show talent!
PS: this is my opinion and the negative opinions/comments won’t be appreciated. Write dem on ur wall, dis is my wall!!”
The purported severance of ties between Gasha and Stevens Music Entertainment has been fueling heated debates across social media and blogosphere. Recently Gasha released Faya di burn as an independent artist albeit signed to a record label. A post erupted from a sister blog irepcamer.blogspot.com concerning the issue which sparked a wave of controversy: However, the label has come out to clear the putrid air through an official declaration copied from their site . It reads:
May 2nd 2014. We are aware of discussions within social media of the issues between Gasha and her partners at Stevens Music Entertainment (SME). We have up until this point steered clear of responding to the various rumors in the hope that Gasha and SME can resolve their issue amicably and privately.
However a recent post on Gasha’s official FB page is prompting this statement of clarification.
Gah-Ndo “Gasha” Ashuembom Amabo known per agreement as the Artist, is still signed to Stevens Music Entertainment (SME) known as Company per agreement. The duration of said contract is being withheld per agreements on confidentiality.
It is a fact that Gasha would like to terminate her contract with SME.
It is also well documented that SME acknowledges this request and has asked Gasha to follow due process to ensure a legally binding separation.
It is also a fact that to this end, SME has presented Gasha with Terms of Separation of Partnership.
It is also a fact that no final terms of separation have been reached between Gasha and SME.
Consequently, it is a fact that Gasha has not met with or signed any separation documents or arrived at any agreement with SME for a “Clean Breakup”. If indeed such a document exists, in all fairness we invite Gasha to produce such a document or name the SME signees to such an agreement.
Gasha is aware (as recently as wednesday April 14th 2014 when she last communicated with SME Rep) that SME is open to discussing separation terms that is mutually beneficial to both parties.
SME will not release terms of the agreement with Gasha and will not get involved in “chit-chat” and rumor mongering on social media.
We at SME believe that contracts are legally binding documents and if the need should arise and the contract needs to come to an early end (like in this case), then the only legal way to end such a contract is the signing of another agreement to end the initial agreement (with each party’s interest at the core of said document).
We believe fervently that cooler heads will prevail and continue to hope that Gasha will entertain dialogue to resolving this issue. The goal being, to reach terms that are mutually beneficial to SME and Gasha.
We will not be releasing any further statements until such a point where we can put out a joint statement announcing that Gasha and SME have agreed to terms of separation. We look forward to that day soonest and believe agreeing to separation terms is the fair and just approach.