Rumours have been circulating that dancehall artiste Munga Honourable has left the Vendetta family after being dismissed as being “false” by producer Don Corleon.
The rumours had been circulating on the Internet and radio since last week that Munga and Don Corleon have parted ways.
It was reported that Munga Honourable, real name Damian Rhoden, might be leaving the record company, which he has been working with since 2005 when he recorded Bad Like I on Corleon’s ‘Sweat’ rhythm.
Munga now works exclusively with Don Corleon with whom he recorded popular hits like Bad From Mi Born, Wine Pon It, Talk Dem A Talk, Flipping Rhymes, Nuh Fraid and Take My Place.
Unofficial reports are that an argument erupted between the two over musical matters. One entertainment website recently wrote, “the streets ah talk say Munga and Don Corleon nah link straight again because Munga waan voice fi some other producers and Don ah screw pon that. To the vibes, mi hear say dem kick off wicked and arguments and all these things.”
However, when contacted about the rumours, producer Don Corleon denied that this was true. He told THE STAR, “No me and Munga is good.”
Adding, “I think that the reason for this (the recent rumours) is people didn’t see him on my new rhythm ‘Double Joint’, so people jump to conclusions.”
When THE STAR tried to get a comment from Munga however, he declined to speak on the matter.
Munga Honourable recently released Spray It Like A Hose, which is also a Don Corleon production. Munga is scheduled to perform in Japan and Cayman this month and then in England in June.