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House of Ginjah crumbles!

By Ahmed Boulor
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Months after releasing the debut album of the group known as House of

Ginjah- a group of artistes under the auspices of T.G.P productions

spearheaded by controversial artiste, Gabriel Amanyi a.k.a Terry G, we

can authoritatively reveal that the acts on the label such as IQ,

Rakwell and Prince Banton have been left to wander alone in the music

The trio who have no contractual agreement with the label have been

asked to leave by the label's head honcho and they have all been left

in the lurch as they currently rue their present situation.

Sources reveal that the increasing responsibility of taking care of

the group's daily demands, improper marketing of the group's debut

album 8th Mainland Bridge and the management deal Terry G recently

signed with Now Music may not be unconnected with this recent

For now, the only act left on T.G.P productions is Terry's younger

brother, Daniel Amanyi a.k.a D' Money whose debut singles will hit the

airwaves in time soon to come. The label is putting in all the stops

to ensure that D' Money gets the needed attention especially with the

fact that the R & B crooner is a fledgling producer who intends to

make a name just like his elder brother.
Terry G is now fully concentrated on wiping his controversy ridden

career, clean of all negative smears as he looks forward to a more

focused and professional future with Now Music.
Speaking immediately after being unveiled recently by Now Music

alongside Timi Dakolo; the Benue state descent said: “There comes a

time in someone's life that you just need to have a change and take

your career to the next level. I am ready for change.

“I need a higher level of packaging in my career. That is why I

decided to pitch tents with Now Music as my management team. I believe

in results and I have seen the results Now Music has achieved with

people like 2face and others. That is why I picked them because I know

they will give me the needed change.” He said.