Dancehall Queen Cynthia Morgan Bounces Back After Recent Outburst With PSquare's Brother

Madrina Reveals Why She Had To Forgive Northside Entertainment Boss

By  | Aug 21, 2020, 09:16 AM  | Cynthia Morgan  | Top of The

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Dance hall Queen and Reggae sensation, Cynthia Morgan who was formerly signed to Northside Entertainment owned by Jude Okoye older brother to the sensational duo the PSquare twins, is set to stage a major comeback into the music scene with a new single titled, ‘Hustle‘.
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Multi-talented dancehall singer Cynthia Morgan who went awol from the industry for a long period of time crawled out of the hole she was hiding and suddenly became a hot topic when she accused her old boss, Jude Okoye, of being unfair to her, and she also accused Jude of trying run her once blossoming career into a living hell. After the recent outburst on social media by Cynthia Morgan and Her old Label Boss Jude Okoye.

Cynthia Morgan aka Madrina said she had forgiven him and was ready to relaunch her music career. Her colleagues in the music industry offered to help her out but she declined to say she was able to take care of herself and when she was ready she would stage a strong come back, spitting lyrical fire in her usual manner.
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Madrina seems to have made good to her promise of staging a major comeback as she announces via her official Instagram handle, the release date of her new single. The date for the release for hew single titled "Hustle" is the  21st of August, 2020 and she has promised not to hold anything back. She promised to live up to the expectations of her fans. The new single was produced by Ace music producer, ChopStix.

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