Like Chidinma, Music Producer Tha Suspect leaves Capital Hill


Rapper and record producer Tha Suspect has announced his exit from Capital Hill Records, founded by cinematographer, Clarence Peters.

His exit comes eight months after 2010 Project Fame West Africa winner, Chidinma announced her departure. And in September 2010, Female rapper Kel had a quarrel with Peters, which led to the cessation of her recording contract.
Illbliss is now the only major act on the music group’s roster following its partnership with the Goretti Company years ago.

Suspect, who has now set up his record label, is popular for his songs ‘Nsogbu’, ‘I No Send You’, ‘Mugu’, as well as studio works with the likes of Wyclef, M.I Abaga, Terry G, Ice Prince, Eva and more.

Having seen Lil Kesh and some other recording artists struggle as record label owners, could this be the right move for Suspekt?


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