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Aha Gazelle made an announcement on Twitter tonight stating what looks like a break from Reach Records.  Read the statement that he released tonight on his website below:


“I am grateful for the opportunity to have been apart of the Reach Records Roster of amazing and talented artists. As the first recording label that I have been signed to, I value the mentorship and personal guidance from Grammy award winning artist Lecrae and the family atmosphere of the company with partner Ben Washer. But now, I must shift again! I am continuing with the journey and sticking to my plan to be true to my purpose and destiny. I’m so excited about what’s next! 

     I’ve been hard at work, writing and recording new material and I will be releasing a new project this summer! Thank you once again to Reach Records and to all of the fans who have helped elevate me to this point in my career as a songwriter, artist, and music producer. I am very proud of this accomplishment but I also know that this means it’s time to work even harder!! I appreciate your continued support by following, subscribing and liking my pages or posts on social media. Sharing any of my material is also very helpful and comments are appreciated! Stay tuned because the Trilliam Tour may be in a city near you!” 

– It’s Aha

Aha released the statement via Twitter with the single phrase “Elevators Up!”

We have not seen any additional statements given by Aha or by Reach Records just yet.  But, the good news is that new music from him is on the way!  Wherever he goes next, we’ll be following and continuing our support!


Story Update:

Reach Records released a response to Aha Gazelle’s move via Twitter.  Read it below:



While details of what led to this seemingly abrupt change have not been given, Aha seems to be confident in moving forward by continuing to release new music and completing tour dates.  Aha may have stepped away from Reach Records, but he hasn’t left music.  So, we’ll be right here ready to support whatever he has coming next!

Tamara is the founder of and a contributor for Ebony/Jet Magazine and other publications. She also works in TV/Film production and has a strong passion for the arts, community outreach, teaching and working with the youth. Learn more at and follow her on social media.



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