Former Ambitiouz Entertainment signee, Malome Vector has just released his first song for the year titled Ya Costa under The Whole Time Entertainment, an independent record label.
The newly freed Lesotho rapper called upon Lizwi Wokuqala as well as Pheli emcee, 25K to flex their hard-earned money and remind us that designer threads don’t come cheap, di a costa.
Listen to the song below:
An Ambitiouz Battle
While in the middle of a legal brawl with Ambitiouz Entertainment over their refusal to terminate his contract, Vector maintains that he is not worried and has moved on.
In an interview, the rapper stated that he has, on multiple occasions, gone back and forth with the label requesting to be let go thus accumulating countless lawyer fees.
In various Facebook posts, the label revealed details about their relationship with Malome Vector, from his initial signing to their current squabble; “Pay us the money for accommodating you for months in Midrand.”
Ambitiouz, while currently promoting a different version of Vector’s new song, states that the Lesotho rapper owes them 5 albums and will only be let go once he pays his dues, “Ho sa bale di contract ha costa.”
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