Jesse Jagz is reported to be making a return to Chocolate City record labels. According to reports by The Nation, the artiste is back with Chocolate City, a label he left two years ago, amidst controversy.

Jagz is younger brother of M.I, Vice President of Chocolate City and friend of Ice Prince, another staunch member of the label, but his relationship with the latter could not influence his earlier decision to quit the label.

The singer, rapper and music producer is the head of Jagznation, a label he founded after his exit from Chocolate City in 2013.

Now after two albums, Jagz is set to reunite with his friends and ex-labelmates, M.I Abaga and Ice Prince.

In 2013, Jagz left Chocolate City, the label under which he launched his music career, citing ‘need to focus on his career’ as reason. However, in a recent development, an undisclosed source said; “Jesse is reuniting with Chocolate City,” adding that “a deal has been struck which would enable him return to the label.”

Since leaving Chocolate City, he has released two albums, Jagznation Volume 1 and 2, which has further proved his position in the country as an amazing rapper.

Commenting on the initial departure of the artiste from Chocolate City, MI said; “I think when Jesse left, it was a different relationship than when Brymo left. Generally, the whole affair was very messy, but we had it easier than a lot of other people, if you look at Mohits and the other labels that had issues. It is a very tough and competitive industry. It is easy for people to write and talk about it, but it is very painful when you are inside. We just wish everybody well in this industry.”

Reports have it further that Jagz’s return will be officially announced by the label in the coming weeks.


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