Flame tells Reason to leave Twitter and concentrate on making music

Flame tells Reason to leave Twitter and concentrate on making music

Another artiste, Flame, has hit back at muso, Reason, complaining about his record company and offered some simple advice for him to quit Twitter and concentrate on making music.

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The comment was posted on Twitter after Reason took to the social network last week, complaining about how hard it is for independent artistes to make it big in the music industry.

He commented on rapper Emtee's issue with the record label Ambitious Records.

Flame tells Reason to leave Twitter and concentrate on making music

Reason (above) was told by fellow muso Flame to forget about Twitter and rather concentrate on making music. PHOTO: Instagram
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Reason received both support and criticism for his comment as he also made lots of promises for his music career this year, but seems busier chirping on Twitter instead of keeping his promises to his fans to make more music.

Fellow rapper, Flame, was one of the many who responded to Reason's tweet. He told him: "Jus' Go Record Man."

Three days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that the South African rapper, Reason, took to social media to give his two cents about signing with a record label or going independent.

Even though he didn't mention any names, we knew he was referring to the Emtee's issue with the record label he's under, Ambitious Entertainment.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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