Kisum ends contract with MappsRapper Kisum ended her contract with her agency Mapps Entertainment last month, the agency announced on Friday.
“As of Oct. 31, the artist and the agency came to an agreement to terminate her exclusive contract,” the agency reported through the rapper’s official fan community. “We decided to give some time for each of us after being together for six years.”
The rapper debuted in 2013 and became well-known through Mnet’s hip-hop survival program “Unpretty Rapstar” in 2015. She is behind hit songs such as “Superstar” and “2 Beer.”
By Lee Jae-lim
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