Fantana has finally revealed why she and her former record label, Ruff Town Records, parted ways.
According to her, she and the record label were growing apart, and agreeing to go their separate ways was the best thing to do.
Despite the fact that the Girls Hate On Girls singer is no longer with Bullet-led Ruff Town Records, she expressed gratitude for what the label has done for her.
Fantana said that she had her name while at Ruff Town and that the record label also assisted her in establishing a name for herself.
She said that the social media back and forth surrounding her feud with Wendy Shay was due to them growing apart and having to part ways.
“Forcing people to stay together while they are growing apart is not going to succeed. So we decided it was time for me to go my own way and Ruff Town to go their own way,” Fantana said in the interview with Zionfelix.
When asked if she was afraid of leaving Ruff Town, Fantana said it was better for her because it had made her independent and given her the opportunity to prove herself to the rest of the world.
Fantana also mentioned that while at Ruff Town Records, she released five songs and now has a sixth album titled No Dulling as an independent artist.
After a series of social media spats with Ruff Town Records and her former colleague, Wendy Shay, the So What singer parted ways with the label.
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