After widespread reports that Dream Boyz had agitated for a move away from their label house Kina Music, the former have come out strongly to refute the claims terming them as pure rumors. This comes after different sources had confirmed that an agreement was about to be struck between Dream Boyz and Touch Records, signaling a contract termination between the crew and Kina Music.
TMC of Dream Boyz was the first to speak to the media in strong rebuff of the claims arguing that the group has had a “perfect relationship” with both Kina Music and its boss Clement. TMC said, “We have never had any intention of leaving Kina, never. We appreciate the quality of the services we are getting at Kina so there’s no way we would want to leave. In Rwanda, there is no any other label that can be at par with Kina Music.”
But although Dream Boyz continue to refute the reports, Fazzo, a music producer at Touch Records, confirmed to have had personal talks with TMC, who had contacted him asking if they would welcome the duo to their studio. Fazzo alleged that he met in person with TMC to book an appointment with the studio’s manager only identified as Alain.
“He (TMC) personally contacted me asking if it was possible to talk to Alain. I gave him his number, but what baffles me today is why he keeps denying what he personally told me,” said Fazzo. As the ball continues to be toasted around between the two parties, it remains unclear on who is actually on the wrong side. Fazzo had claimed to have produced Dream Boyz’s hit song Bella, while in actual sense it was produced by Junior. On the other hand, sourced close to TMC indicate that indeed TMC approached Touch Records for what the source termed as the need for a “new challenge.”