Jesee Jagz a few hours ago via his personal Facebook account shocked fans worldwide when he categorically stated that he was taking a 'voluntary exit from the label'.
His statement read:
'I, Jesse Garba Abaga (also known as "Jesse Jagz") an artist formerly signed to Chocolate City Music label hereby wishes to notify my fans and the general public about my voluntary exit from the label', he shockingly announced.
He then goes on to explain that his initial contractual agreement with the label had expired and he is not willing to move on with a new one.
'After my initial two year contractual agreement with Chocolate City, I do not wish to renew my contract with them and as such have proceeded to continue my music career with my new team at Jesse Jagz Nation.
'I still maintain a cordial relationship with the management of Chocolate City and my former label mates and I wish them the best in all their future endeavors', he explained.
Jesse has also announced that he will be releasing his long awaited second album under his own imprint JagzNation.
'Any further information will be passed across through my publicist but until then, have a good day. Look out for my sophomore album JagZNation Vol. 1 coming out in July 2013.
Jesse's manager could not be reached for comments as his mobile phone was switched off. He did not respond to text messages also. Top executive at the label Audu Maikori and another rep for the label Aibee Abidoye could also not be reached as they didn't reply their E-mails as at the time of this report.
Jesse Jagz, 28, signed unto the label along with his elder brother Jude 'M.I' Abaga in 2008 after the latter became an instant success with his debut 'Talk About It'.
Jesse Jagz in late 2009 went on to release his debut 'Jagz of All Trades' which spurned the hit songs 'Wetin dey' amongst other chart topping songs.