Dancehall artiste Bridgez, has decided to cut ties with the Bounty Killer-led Alliance camp.
Earlier this year, the Take Your Time singer had announced that she
was leaving another arm of Alliance called ‘Alliance Next Generation’.
The former Alliance first lady has declared that her decision to leave the camp was strictly business and expressed that she does not want to be embroiled into a controversy as a result of her decision.
“I don’t believe in titles
if you’re not making an impact to live up to it; so all these titles I
got didn’t mean much to me. It felt like just talk, an excuse to not put
in the real work a manager is to be doing. I will never be ungrateful
for the experience I gained while I was in Alliance, but the time has
come for me to move on. I’m serious about my career and I have spent
almost four years with this camp. however, I need a management team that
knows how to manage a female artiste,” she said.
Bounty Killer was unavailable for comment. However, Alliance Next Generation manager Cross Cris told NEWS TEAM that Bounty Killer did what he could to help the artiste.
“I really cannot comment on Bridgez leaving the camp, because she
is making a business decision which she thinks will be profitable to
her career. But I can attest that Bounty Killer has done a lot to assist
Bridgez and other females in the camp. We recently did a video for K
Queens and another is in the making, and Bounty Killer has had his input
in the process,” he said.
The manager admitted that there exists a bias in the music
industry in favour of male artistes. However, he said that bias does not
exist within the Alliance camp.
Bridgez has been working on several new projects with producers
like Salim and Chris of Track House Records, ZJ Bruce Lee, Truckback
She is currently promoting her single Winning Wine, which
was released on Trackhouse’s Pandomium Riddim. She is also pursuing a
BSc in Business Administration at the University College of The