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Popular Singer, Ruger Takes a Bold Step: Launches His Own Record Label

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Nigerian Afrobeats sensation, Adebayo Olayinka, widely known as Ruger, has embarked on a new chapter in his musical journey.



Born on September 23, 1999, Ruger gained prominence with his hit track "Bounce" and clinched a record deal with Jonzing World in 2021.

After a successful three-year stint with Jonzing World, Ruger has decided to take the reins of his career by venturing into the world of entrepreneurship. The talented musician took to his Twitter page to share the exciting news with his fans, expressing gratitude to Jonzing World and label executive @DPRINCEMAVIN for their support and belief in his talent.

In his announcement, Ruger expressed heartfelt appreciation, stating, "Thank you @thejonzingworld and @DPRINCEMAVIN for believing in me and taking me this far. Wouldn’t have gotten here without you. It’s sad that I have to leave, but God knows best. I am taking a big bet on myself this year. I don’t know it all, but I know God will see me through. It is time for @BlownboyEnt 💥."


This move places Ruger in the company of other renowned Nigerian artists such as Wizkid, Kizz Daniel, Tu Face, and more, who have opted to establish their record labels as a means of creative independence and self-expression.


As Ruger embarks on this exciting new journey with Blownboy Entertainment, fans eagerly anticipate what musical brilliance he will bring to the forefront. The decision to launch his own record label signifies Ruger's confidence in his abilities and a determination to chart his own course in the dynamic world of the Nigerian music industry.

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