Breaking news: Reflex breaks up with BigChance and Cyphatyte

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News reaching www.otowngist.com from a reliable source has it that the popular Imo State based music producer Reflex Soundz has broken up with the hip-hop duo of BigChance and Cyphatyte.

Reflex has been the arrow head behind the productions of BigChance and Cyphatyte who are currently in the A’list of artistes in Imo State. The duo produced U turn, Shan bash, Edikwansa remix, O’town party as well as the popular Ibari Ogwa jingle, all these tracks get good air play on Hot 99.5 FM Owerri.

 

The dou’s last performance in Owerri was at the Easter Rave, organized by Hot 99.5 FM Owerri and since then, nothing new has actually come from the artistes whom most music lovers in Owerri consider as pace setters because of their style of music.

Reflex, BigChance and Cyphatyte are in a joint venture of a group known as People Making Jolly Music (PMJM Entertainment) a group that has been an envy of other musicians in Owerri.

When we contacted Reflex, he confirmed the story by saying “it is true, I am no longer with BigChance and Cyphatyte in the PMJM thing. I just want to face my thing now and see what happens for me. They are good guys and I enjoyed working with them, but there’s a point in life when something new is the only option. I just want to shake off and move on with my life and production. I wish them all the best”

Although Reflex made a plain speech on this issue, rumours still have it that the break was caused by poor relationship between the trio and it also has something to do with finance.

According to Cyphatyte when we contacted him “I was bound to happen any time, It just that it happened now. Nothing lasts forever, but I and BigChance are still together in the venture (PMJM)”

The question is this, could there be a batter BigChance and Cyphatyte without Reflex?

I just hope there could be, because we will surely miss them.

 

Cyphatyte and Reflex on the former’s birthday recently

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