Arison in a release said that despite the artiste’s insistence that JA Productions shelve his album, he would be going ahead and release the album this fall.
He says Ryno is still signed to his label, despite rumours being circulated that he’s signed to another label. He says Ryno have a few years left on his contract and legally, JA productions is entitled to 20% of his earnings.
He also states that Ryno begged him to terminate his contract because he’s finished with music. However, following this, Justus said that he heard that Ryno is signed with a different label which he says is no legal.
Ryno signed a four year album deal with JA Productions.