KCee And His Label Are Being Sued For N20 Million By Kevin Lucciano Of QuestionMark Entertainment

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PMAN’s (Performing Musicians and Artistes of Nigeria) president, QuestionMark Entertainment owner (the label that discovered the likes of Asa and Cobhams), Kevin Luciano, has filed a N20m ($117,000) lawsuit against KCEE’s Five Star Music.As stated by a source, the lawsuit was filed against singer Harry Song who is signed to KCee’s Five Star Music for allegedly breaching his contract with QuestionMark, and also against Five Star Music for entering into a new contract with Harry Song despite knowing that he was yet to serveout his contract with his former label.Harry Song wrote KCEE’s hit song ‘Limpopo’. He is also the man behind the Nelson Mandela tribute song which is stated.to be the most downloaded caller tune ever with over a million downloads on the day of its release.A source from QuestionMark’s camp told the source that before filing the suit, Luciano had exhausted all efforts to reach an amicable settlement with Harry Song and KCEE’s Five Star Music.The source went on to say on condition of anonymity, “it is because of their nonchalant attitude that we have decided to take the matter to court since they were not ready to sit and talk it out.”Soso Soberekon who is KCee’s manager & executive at Five Star Music has denied receiving a court injunction on the matter.He said: “Kevin has been on this for a while but we are yet to receive any court injunction about this matter.” He did admit that negotiations are currently on-going to resolve the issue amicably.

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