Controversial rapper and leader of Jagz Nation, Jesse Jagz has been caught up in a number of controversies. One of which was his abrupt exit from his erstwhile record label Chocolate City.
The talent music producer, rapper and lyricist came clean on why he embarked on the departure from Chocolate City. The “Bad Girl” crooner gave his candid reason for the move while he chatted with Sunday Scoop.
He mentioned that “There is nothing personal about me leaving Chocolate City; it was just a business move and it’s about me having more creative control over my work.”
Jesse Jagz also used the opportunity to speak about his upcoming album Odysseus and when it would be officially out for public consumption.
“I’m currently working on an album and I’m just putting final touches to it. The album will be released under the imprint of Jagz Nation. The album is titled Odyseus, and it’s going to be all about good music. It’s going to be released to the public in the last week of July.”
He also dismissed having any alliance with Chocolate City or hopes of working together any time soon, “I’m done with Chocolate City and we do not have any deal together,” said Jesse Jagz.
The self acclaimed Emperor Jagz, revealed that he did not feature MI who is his brother on his Odysseus album.
“I didn’t work with MI on this album, though I may work with him in future. People have always been speculating that we are not on good terms. Even as far back as when we were born. We are on very good terms but this is business and we are on two different record labels.”