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Maro parts ways with management, building own studio


Self-proclaimed RnB kyabazinga, Maro, recently made reshuffles in his Humble Management and ended up dropping two of his longtime managers. The singer relieved his two longtime buddies Xavier and Ronnie of their duties as part of his management.
The Rising Star singer told us that he felt the two Humble Management co-directors were not doing enough to advance his career.
Maro told us that when they set out to work together, the two were supposed to create business for the company and also manage his brand with a collective aim of making some money.
“But I did my part; I went to the studio and made very good music. However, my brothers seemed a bit relaxed. We sat several times, but nothing seemed to change. So when 2015 ended, I got frank with them and told them I have to move on,” Maro explained.
Well, looks like Maro is starting the year with more zeal. Word on our desk is that the RnB Kyabazinga is setting up his own recording studio at Mazima Mall in Kabalagala.
When contacted, Maro replied in the affirmative; “It is my year-beginner project. The equipment is already here and we hope it will be functional by end of March,” Maro told us.
Maro also cleared the air about stories that have been making rounds that he had started a studio with his former managers: “that is their own initiative, I am still setting up mine.”
Well, all the best Maro!

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