After a reported make up with the Kennis Music Record label following an apology from Kelly Hansome last year when he took to the press to talk about his issues with the executives at Kennis Music, Questionmarkmag.com gathers that Kelly Hansome is back at war with Kennis Music.
Kelly Hansome is mad at the record label and he has asked his lawyer to serve them a letter. He informed in his make up with the label, it was agreed that after a public apology from him, The label would take up promotion of his long over due album tentatively titled ‘Names Of Noise makers’ immediately but months after, the label is yet to. He informed the album was ready months ago. “They (kennis Music) don’t mean no good to my career”, He was quoted to have said.
Also in the previous meeting, the label executive had informed him that his album that had hits like ‘Maga don pay’, ‘like play plike play’ and ‘true love’ was a flop in addition to him owing the label the sum of 20 million naira and after the apology, his next project under ‘new incredibly inhuman and unbearable terms and condition’ would be taken up by the label which is yet to happen. Label representative who spoke on behalf of the label head, Kenny Ogungbe who was at the Grammys have however called Kelly Hansome impatient.
He also plans on releasing a tell – all DVD with what he describes as ‘scary but true’.
Kelly Hansome is apparently not done with the feud that began last year with M.I.. Following M.I.’s rap where he said “See dis wowo boy dey form Handsome, Kelechukwu clap for yourself… weldone!” on the ‘Beef’ track with Tuface on his latest album – MI2. Kelly Hansome released a track titled ‘Finish You Boy’ via his Twitter page yesterday. He took a jab at the entire Chocolate City team. Download: [download id="37"]
Remember the feud ensued when Kelly Hansome caught wind of M.I.’s rap in the ‘Fast Money, fast cars’ track on M.I.’s debut album. Kelly Hansome still went on to release a diss track after M.I. said they had a talk and he made sure he didn’t find it offensive. Kelly Hansome’s diss was also targeted at the Mo’Hits Crew and Terry G, it was rather an attention seeking attempt and the ‘Igwe kom Kom’ track did go viral with support of music sharing blog: NotjustOk (it was made exclusive to them).
However Jesse jagz and Ice prince have reacted, taking to twitter.
Jesse Jags wrote: “Heard kelly hansome’s new diss song. Lmfao. We shld actually hire him as our publicist. Lmao. Its sad that no one even cares” then followed with: “On second thot, I wouldn’t even hire him as my publicist cuz the song sucks. I wasted three mins of my life listening to it”.
Ice Prince Zamani wrote: “Kelly Hansome… Seriously?” then “Dear Kelly Hansome: thesame dudes g#!@%*#in u up come around to beg on your behalf and @ thesame time #!@%*# talk you. I still have all the conversations” (We hear a blogger at Notjustok is one of them).
Noticeably is Kelly Hansome apologizing to fans – who feel bad about the diss track at the end of this new track – why? Download[download id="37"]
We previously and exclusively reported that while Kelly hansome was holding peace talks with Kenny Ogungbe and Kennis Music, he was not in any way seeking a redress with M.I. He had exclusively told us: “my problem is with M.I. Not chocolate city”, indications now say otherwise as he released a track titled ‘Chocolate Boys’.
We can tell that Kelly Hansome started as a rap artiste which would explain why his ‘diss’ freestyle would receive a nod from some.
Again how the feud began? Kelly was not pleased with M.I. Making a reference at him and Keke – calling ‘Keke the man’ Kelly Hansome was not particularly excited about a line from M.I. in ‘Fast Money, fast cars’ on his ‘Talk about it’ album. The line haunted Kelly hansome as he made us understand even after he had met M.I. and requested for an explanation. M.I. said via a twitter that: “So I explained to him what it was about… And we shook on it.. Then I did ‘mgbono feli feli’ remix and gave a ‘that’s my guy’ shout out!” and “…and I have met and even wanted to work together” and in his Freestyle on D’banj ‘gbon feli feli’ beat for his Illegal Music Mixtape, M.I. went on to rap: “my maga didn’t pay but I’m friends with Kelly Hansome,” but it seemed too late as just then Kelly hansome released ‘igwe kom kom’ track that was directed at M.I., D’banj. Wande Coal and Terry G. and ‘catch me if you can’ followed and this time, Kelly Hansome took a swipe at Kenny Ogungbe and M.I.
M.I. responded on twitter and the blogosphere quoted his “10 (Ten) Steps After Kelly Hansome Disses U – By M.I.”. Just after a track said to be the last track recorded for Jesse Jagz album surfaced, ‘Nobody test me’ was released where M.I. went on to say : “only One Kelly that I know Kelly Rowland”.
Kelly retraced his steps and made an apology to Kennis Music, had a meeting and issued a public apology – Kenny Ogungbe was present on his birthday celebration that took place at Bacchus Night Club, Lagos last week but his feud with M.I. is far from over. Earlier in the week, Kelly Hansome released another diss solely directed at M.I. and the label he is signed on – Chocolate City. The diss titled ‘Chocolate boys’ where he resolved on addressing ‘money’ issues that M.I. first line in ‘fast monay fast cars’ at him might have insinuated.
M.I. informed over twitter that he would be replying this time around on a record, ‘just for fun’.
Months ago, Kelly Hansome revealed his dismay and eventual break down of the relationship with the C.E.O of the label he was signed on – Kennis Music in an interview and it has served as the pivotal for several other issues with Kennis Music producer responding, vehemently. Kelly Hansome was also threatened via SMS after the release of ‘Catch me if you can’ song online and the name ‘Kelly Hansome’ was synonymous with controversy as the song directly spoke to the C.E.O of Kennis Music and Primetime Entertainment, Kenny Ogungbe. Kelly Hansome also made use of the avenue to tell and address his grudge with rapper M.I. who in an earlier song of his mentioned Kelly Hansome insinuating he would rather ‘talk to the man – Kenny Keke Ogungbe instead of Kelly.’ which Kelly hansome finds disrespectful.
The reason for the conflict with Keke was Kelly Hansome wanting out of his contract with Kennis Music and the executives at the record label not ready to as Kelly Hansome is ‘still owing them money” as a source close to them informed.
Kenny Ogungbe in an interview said: “Here was a young man we brought back into the country, released his songs, housed him, shot his videos and what we get in the end is unwanted publicity as a result of his actions”.
Days ago, There was a meeting between Kennis Music executives and Kelly Hansome to resolve the conflicts and this morning, Kelly Hansome issued an apology via his Facebook group to the Kenny Ogungbe and Kennis music.
In a phone conversation, Kelly Hansome informed he was in no position to tell the outcome yet but the outcome seem favourable as it would be revealed on Kenny Ogungbe’s Primetime Africa TV and radio show. “The outcome of the meeting would be announced on Primte Time Africa [TV Show] this friday” Kelly Hansome informed. He also reveals a possible distribution agreement might be reached with Kennis Music for his new album ‘Names of Noise Maker’.
While he has also made peace moves to the Mo’ Hits who he referred to in his ‘igwe kom kom’ track, he is yet to do so with Chocolate City or M.I. Kelly Hansome reveals that peace move was made to the Wande Coal and D’banj’s Mo Hit Camp which was facilitated by a cousin of his. When asked about his situation with rapper M.I., he reveals that M.I.’s lyrics referring to himself and Kenny ‘Keke’ Ogungbe was disrespectful and remains a personal situation with M.I. and not Chocolate city, they still have a situation.
“I would definitely release a rap album, We all once rapped and battled” Kelly asserted and would disclose details in ‘due time’.
Kelly Hansome is as cheap as it gets. Earlier he dissed Wande Coal, d;banj and Terry G in igwe kom kom. Recently he released a track where he dissed M.I., Chocolate City, 2 shotz, Kenny ogungbe and reinforces diss at Mo Hits in the track titled ‘Catch Me If You Can’ and only recently releasing a follow up to ‘Igwe kom kom‘ directed at the Mo Hits again diss called ‘Who Born The Maga (La La Low)’ .
After M.I. heard the ‘Catch Me If You can’ track, he took to twitter to show his betrayal.
and Don Jazzy tweeted too
It was revealed that Kelly Hansome asked his manager to call afterwards and apologize to Chocolate city, his manager called Ice prince apologies and Ice Prince took to twitter:
MI’s former manager, Godwin Tom said ‘(MI) Abaga will not respond i’m sure! he knows better.You don’t fight a child you can beat. it’s pointless!‘ but he was proven wrong as MI took to twitter to make a response:
#10 (ten things to do after kelly hansome disses you): wonder why ‘kelly rowland’ is dissing you and why she sounds like a nigerian man
#9 (ten steps after kelly hansome disses you): refer to show promoters as ‘Maga’ making phrase maga don pay.. Relevant and correct to self!
#8 (ten steps after kelly hansome disses you) rewrite fast money fast cars.. Calling it.. Fast money fast cars;the fab life of kelly hnsme!
#7: (ten steps after kelly hansome disses you): collect all future awards saying.. I don’t deserve this..is kelly hansome here(he is not!)
#6 (ten steps after kelly hansome disses you) promise world 2 grow taller; seek out height doctor, or taller shoes e.g goth shoes 4rm camden
#5: (ten steps after kelly hansome disses you): write open apology to kelly hansome, post on www.360nobs.com sayng sorry 4 being succesful
#4 (10steps after kelly hansome disses u): wear fake mustache for a month, disguise self, song is prolly so hot and everyone will know it!!
#3 (ten steps after kelly hansome disses you): attend recovery group of artists recuperating after their own disses, eg..mohits, terry g etc
#2 (Ten steps after kelly hansome disses you): Listen to song over and over till you know all lyrics and can appreciate artistry in song
#1: (ten steps after kelly hansome disses u): Remember.. You are still beautiful.. And God and ur parents love you still..
Needless to say, anyone following MI that day was clearly entertained. 2shotz hasn’t said anything yet, but you never know. Wande Coal’s video for “Who Born The Maga” will be dropping soon, and who is to say there wont be a small jab here or there, esp with all this stuff going on.
To cap it all off, T-Money released his diss track to Kelly Handsome titled “Warning Shots.” T-Money goes hard on the track, and stands up for MI, the mo-hitts crew and Kennis Music.
Talk about recovery and a response. It was also revealed that none of those dissed are taking Kelly Hansome serious as Don Jazzy confessed he use the first diss track from Kelly Hansome – Igwe kom kom as his ‘ringtome for a bit’.