New label King Yongo Empire launches in Malawi: ‘The future is now’

A&R scout, PR consultant and budding entrepreneur Emmanuel Mwanyongo has an announced the introduction of a new record label, King Yongo Empire Entertainment; a company which will cater for all artist’s needs under its stable.

KYE Launches

KYE Entertainment, is a 360 degrees entertainment company that also houses a record label.

Currently KYE, whose slogan is ‘the future is now’ has a team of 3 music executives and 3 in-house producers.

Yongo in an interview said “360 means providing all solutions an artist can look for under one roof”
Unlike other record labels, KYE offers business partnerships rather than traditional record deals.

“That is how we view and treat each artist signed to our label as an equal business partner, unlike in other cases where music executives are deemed to be superior and in extreme cases feared by signed artists”

Information reaching us indicates KYE has two artists; a rapper who they say is the next big thing and a female Jazz/Blues singer.

According to the label, they will be unveiling Mulley real name Jackson Eric Kamanga  as their first signing under the label by dropping a single titled ‘100’ next week on Joy Nathus Made on Monday MBC radio 2 show.

KYE started in 2016 as an entertainment consulting firm with its very first client being award winning deejay and media personality, the legendary Joy Nathu.

“we are growing the firm into a full 360 degrees entertainment company housing a recording label” said Yongo

He added that they are also “a content aggregator for Spinlet and several other digital platforms aswell as handling entertainment legal consulting, contracts, endorsement deals, events and also entertainment PR through a partnership our sister company Diamond House PR”

Yongo disclosed KYE will soon roll out a recording studio.

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