Contract with Strongman ended on a Mutual ground – Sarkodie
CEO of Sarkcess Music, Micheal Owusu Addo known in showbiz as Sarkodie has for the first time responded to public outrage after the exit of Strongman from his label.
The working relationship between Sarkodie and Strongman came to an end weeks ago when a statement released by the label indicated that, the 2-year contract between both parties had expired.
The statement which wished Strongman well in his career, also described him as a phenomenal artiste.
Sarkodie until then has come under criticism for not helping project musicians he has signed onto his SarkCess Music record label.
Before the expiration of their contract some had suggested that Strongman was not given enough attention to shine under the record label – a statement he came out to refute.
However Sarkodie responding to the claims for the first time in an interview on Kumasi based Y FM, 102.5 with celebrated media personality NYDJ, he said the relationship between the two parties came to an end on a mutual ground.
”For him to drive to the fullest so he doesn’t have to think too much, let’s see how this goes as well. Mutually we sat down and had a conversation, it’s not going to stop as how we are, we still working, just on paper which is over.
”So in the nutshell, I would say that it was a good contract, but we just need to keep that good relationship even though the contract is no more, we still need to keep our relationship like that good” he said.
According to him, the public outrage of him not giving his label musicians the platform to shine ins’t the reality.
Strongman is noted as one if the finest rappers in the country. He was discovered ‘Next Big Thing in GH Hip-Hop’ where he emerged winner.
He was signed onto Sarkodie’s SarkCess Music record label in 2017.
The University of Cape Coast graduate has songs like ‘Transformer,’ ‘Baby Girl,’ ‘Me Ne Woaa’, ‘Odasani’, among others.
In December 2018, he released his EP titled ‘STN.’