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Skales Join Dem Mama Records

According to reports, former Empire Mates Entertainment, rapper/singer Skales may be pitching his tent with Timaya's Dem Mama Records.

A source revealed that there are strong indications that Timaya and Skales are going to be in business soon, adding that the former EME boy has already moved into Timaya’s home.

''He may be signing with Dem Mama Records soon, he has moved in with him,''


Skales’ 3-year contract with EME ended in January 2014 but made news a few days ago. Reports say EME didn’t renew the singer’s deal because he wasn’t making money for the label having spent so much money on him, plus he was signed as a rapper but he insistently switched to being a singer, apparently pushed by the success of his label mate Wizkid.

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  1. Isn't dat Timaya's lebel? He will be recognized dere,I guess it's better..@Dunnie k

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