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Nina Roz to leave ‘toxic’ Black Market records 2021

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“Olumya baano” singer Nina Roz has decided to leave the toxic working environment at the
Black Market records label.

Since last year, Nina Roz has been working under the famous Black Market Records which has
not only become popular in Uganda but also in East Africa at large as many artists from the
other countries have worked with the record label to produce some songs.

While working with the record label, Nina Roz was able to produce many songs such as
“Nangana,” “Andele,” “Billboard,” including many other songs which have become some of the
most listened to songs.

However, the loviride seems to have come to an end as Nina Roz has decided to depart from
the renown music label to try her luck elsewhere as everything surely comes to an eventual

Basing on the singer, she can no longer endure the toxic working environment surrounding the
Black Market records and has resolved to quit the working space in hopes of finding a better
working space.

Initially, Nina Roz and black market records boss Daddy Andre were in a steaming hot
relationship which had everyone turning their heads and trying to understand what was going
on between them.

Tragically, the relationship eventually came to end and Daddy Andre spilled all the beans about
Nina Roz and how she had returned to her drug addiction hence ruining the ‘rose’ that she
actually once was.

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In retaliation, Nina Roz decided to asken to learn how to keep their family weaknesses to
themselves rather than putting it out for the public giving then the power to become the judge
and the jury.

The pressures seems to have risen and Nina Roz finally decided to part ways with the Black
Market records label in a bid to safeguard her mental health and find a better thing to occupy
herself with.

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