Rapper EL has said, his departure from former record label, BBNZ Live was on a good note.
Speaking to KOD and Cookie Tee on Starr Drive Friday, he said “it was a lot of growing that I had to do. We had to part ways at a point and I’m on good terms with them.”
According to him, it was time for him to have moved on stating aftermath has been on building sustainable career that leaves him staying relevant on the music scene long term.
E.L revealed that he is working on a new album which would consist of various genres, but would have Afrocentric features on every song.
He is currently promoting his new single and video titled “Higher.”
The award-winning musician is known for songs like “Obuu Mo”, “Kaalu”, “One Ghana”, “Auntie Martha”, “Shelele”, “Mi Naa Bo Po”, “Koko”, “KaaBu Ame” among others.