Malawian home grown artist management group, Namartists has dropped up and coming dancehall artist Made See.
The group has given the 14-year-old, real name Medson Kapeni, the liberty to pursue his music career anyhow he wants after a video he released against its founder Patience Namadingo went viral.
According to a press release signed by Namartists manager Peter Mazunda, the company will not stand in Made See's way as he continues with his music carrier.
“As Namartists, we remain committed to supporting local grown talent, and it gives us a sense of pride to see artists excel, regardless of who promotes them. Made-See is no exception to our beliefs, and he is at liberty to choose who he wants to work with going forward, given his misgivings.
“As an artist management group, we will not stand in his way or indeed the way of any person who feels called to step in and continue promoting his talent,” reads the statement.
The statement further says that the remaining K1 Million from the donor (FDH Bank) which is meant to pay for his album upon completion is safe in the hands of the donor and protected by the MoU that was signed.
"We also confirm that all recordings that have been done by Namartists for Made-See which include two singles (already released) and four instrumentals ready for voice recordings will be made available to his next friend free of any cost to Made-See, but at the expense of Namartists," concludes the statement.
Namadingo signed Made See in 2020 and enrolled the young blossoming star at Pact North Park boarding school in Blantyre where he was to complete the final two years of his secondary education.
The young artist's first single was title Jembe in which he calls on God to make him his servant and he will plough the fields to turn more souls to him.
Made See was signed under his Namartists and FDH bank put up K1 million to start up his education apart from a K2 million contract.