South African hip hop artist Saudi real name Anele Mbisha has finally left his record label Ambitiouz Records.He signed to the South African label Ambitiouz and released his debut single “There She Go” in 2016. His debut long-player, D.R.U.G.S INC., arrived in the winter of 2017. The following year the young rapper appeared on the Kendrick Lamar-produced and curated soundtrack to Black Panther. 2 Chainz and Schoolboy Q also appear on “X,” and Saudi rapped most of the verse in “Zulu this put light on African Rap.
The rapper has achieved much success with Ambitiouz records so it came as a suprise when he announced his departure from the label.He announced this on his social media
“It has come to my attention and those around me that there is a great misunderstanding as to where I stand with my former label and management, Ambitiouz Entertainment.
“I am no longer on their roster or in any kind of business or association with the label.”
After signing a three-year artist’s agreement and a three-year management agreement with the label in 2017, Saudi and Ambitiouz Entertainment mutually agreed not to renew when the contracts were terminated on January 23 this year.
Former Label mate showed his support by commending his friend on leaving the label as he is now free. A few months ago Saudi also showed his support when Emtee left the label but stated he will not leave any time soon. It came as a suprise when he left, We wish him all the best