- Gigi Lamayne was thrilled to complete her brand-new studio and office space recently
- The star, who is an independent artist, has called her record label company Hart Roc Entertainment
- It is believed that rapper Gigi and Hart Roc Entertainment are affiliated with the US's Roc Nation super-label
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Gigi Lamayne is over the moon about finally completing construction and decoration of her record label studio space.
Gigi is an independent artist who has created Hart Roc Entertainment.
Hart Roc Entertainment is believed to be affiliated with the US label, Roc Nation.
There were rumours that Gigi had travelled to the US last year to finalise the deal.
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Gigi took to Twitter to show off the beautiful space.
She wrote, "In case you're still wondering if it's possible to start building your empire as an independent artist, I defied all odds. Hart Roc Entertainment was born and I never looked back. This is a working space that will continue to grow and I hope it inspires you. Never too early, never too late."
The decor includes Gigi's multiple awards and portraits of her favourite artists on the walls.
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Gigi began spreading her wings internationally last year.
Briefly.co.za reported that the star represented SA at the International Music Conference in Amsterdam in October.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Pearl Modiadie let fans know that they won't be seeing any bare belly pics of her pregnancy any time soon.
Pearl made it clear she will only share pregnancy pics once her baby starts walking.
There are many mothers who feel their bump and baby is a personal thing and not something that should be posted all over social media.
Pearl could also be protecting her bump for cultural reasons.
The presenter is extremely private and seldom shares pics of her boo.
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