Reekado Banks, has revealed the reason why he dropped brother, Temi Solomon, as his manager.
In a recent chat with Cool FM, the 25-year-old said his decision to drop his brother from managing him was because of the growth of his vision and his need for people who “see as far as he sees.”
He said: “It was just next level dealings, I wanted to get somewhere else, the vision became a lot farther, like I saw farther than I used to see and I just needed somebody that’ll see as much, most especially someone that’s been there with other people (artistes).”
The singer added: “But me and my brother are cool.”
When asked if Temi who has managed him since the beginning of his career was still a part of his team in any capacity, he answered: “Not at the moment.”
The former Mavin Records star is now been managed by Twenty20 media led by Davido’s former manager, Kamal Ajiboye.
Reekado confirmed his departure from Mavin in an Instagram post on Friday, December 7.
Having joined the label in 2014, he described the five years as the most blissful of his career.
He confessed that Don Jazzy “took me in and treated me like his son.”
Days after confirming his departure from Mavin, he announced his own record label, Banks Music.