Rwanda’s upcoming singer Gisa Cyiganzo denied reports of indiscipline by his former recording studio, Touch Records.
This comes following Gisa’s expulsion from the studio, on accusations of over drinking, skipping recording sessions for personal reasons, and missing out without permission.
While speaking to Rwandashow.com, Gisa denied the allegations.
“We parted ways because I was no longer ready to fulfill the requested duties, from them, not indiscipline cases,” says Gisa.
Gisa suggested Touch records were jealous of his great work relationship with most artists.
Gisa is one of the selling upcoming musicians in the country with lots of collabos with big names in the music industry, the likes of Jay Polly and Amag The Black.