The company will be responsible for selling her music in Africa. That includes ringtones and online sales.
“The appetite for dancehall music in Africa has grown immensely, as a company we would like to contribute to that growth by making dancehall music available in all parts of the continent where we have a foothold,” said Mtechs head of content Shiro Mwendwa.
Paul Opipi, Mtechs artists liason, said that the deal was forthcoming especially after Nyanda launched her solo career.
“When she released her debut solo track Slippery When Wet and it went on to become a monster hit, we knew we had made the right decision to sign her,” he said.
Nyanda’s sister opted to concentrate on interior design after the group broke up.
Additional reporting by the star.