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Chester House Prince and Mshasho part ways after 19 years

Chester leaves Mshasho label after as his contract goes unrenewed since February.

Yesterday, kwaito star Chester the House Prince announced that he is no longer signed under the music label Mshasho. It all started earlier this week when the king of dance stated that he is currently not signed to any label. He then told unwrap.online that this is because of his unrenewed contact with the label.

“My contract was not renewed since February and nothing was said to me from the office with regards to a renewal,” he said.

The Sabi singer, in a series of posts on his Instagram stories announced the sad news to his fans. He said he was heartbroken that the day has finally come when he parts ways with the brand.

“19 loyal years eish I never knew this day would come. Mshasho did everything for me and I am forever grateful for this, but I guess we came to the end of our journey,” read his posts.

He was also quick to mention that he is still in good terms with the label.

“Non the less I appreciate what King Tee Dee has done for me I am just clearing the air,” he said.

Unwrap.online contacted the founder of Mshasho King Tee Dee and he said he had no comment.

Chester has been with Mshasho for 19 years when he was simply a back up dancer. He then worked his way up and eventually became a back up singer and dancer. Chester was signed as an artist three years ago and manged to make hit sing featuring King Tee Dee in 2014 titled Nuka. Chester then released his debut album in 2017 titled Beginning of my Hustle.

Chester has a clothing brand Sweet Gang and there are hits that he may start his own label. He also said that he is open to being signed under any other label.

“If my terms are met, I will definitely go. I am a musician and if it means getting a deal for my career I will go,” he said.

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