4 Reasons Why A-Reece Should Have Stayed With Ambitiouz Entertainment
It’s been months now since A-Reece left Ambitiouz Entertainment and we’ve been observing the growth of the wonderkid ever since. While at it, we’ve come to a conclusion that the now 20 year old rapper would have been better off staying with AE or at least signing with another high profile record label.
Let’s take a look at the 4 reasons why we came up with this.
A-Reece revealed he wasn’t getting paid enough by Ambitiouz Entertainment but one thing we all know is that his career is well funded. The rapper’s debut project Paradise was well promoted and produced more than 3 high quality videos.
Since Reece left the label however we are yet to see him in any music video. His singles are of high quality, but are they promoted and marketed well enough? Only one of his song has made it to iTunes.
2. Music Videos
We earlier highlighted the fact that Reece would have at least remained on television if he has signed a record deal with Ambitiouz Entertainment.
As seen with Nasty C who signed with Mabala Noise, remaining under an umbrella as a young artiste at least ensures some things are put in place for you and music videos is one of those things.
That been said, we look forward to the A-Reece getting enough resource to shoot a video in the nearest future.
3. Shows & Endorsements
Is he getting booked? A-Reece has managed to perform in a show or two in recent months but when you consider the fact that Nasty C – who has now surpassed him, is getting shows every now and then, you’d concluded A-Reece would have been better off if someone was getting shows for him.
While Nasty C is running with Puma, Reece is somewhere between finding himself and getting his next hit
It’d take some time before his news label “The Wrecking Crew” develop enough connect in the music business so as they can get him high paying shows.
Whether you agree or not, the reality now is that A-Reece’s career is now lowly financed. Take a look at the career of Babes Wodumo for example, she is in a well financed label and as such her career continues to shoot, same with Nasty C.
It remains unlikely that A-Reece will return to Ambitiouz but there is a high probability that an investor is just around the corner to take his career to the next level
The 4 reasons above means A-Reece’s career has stopped growing. It must be noted that it hasn’t deteriorated either.
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We are hoping in the next months, the rapper can grab the bull by the horn and take shit to the next level.