Ogidi Brown, Chief Executive Officer of record label OGB Music, has opened up on the motive behind signing new artiste Cryme Officer with schnapps and eggs.
In an interview with TV3’s MzGee, he said that based on the unfair treatment meted out to him by Fameye, who despite having a five-year-contract with the label has rebelled, it was prudent to resort to tradition in the signing of a new artiste.
Ogidi Brown added that when the gods are involved in agreements, parties never betray each other.
“I know each and everyone knows that in Ghana, we have this tradition that exits. This time around, I decided to bring it in for each and every one doing the signing to see that we’re serious. It’s not a joke,” he said.
“People sometimes take advantage of certain things even in the church. They take things for granted but this tradition is tried and tested. People are scared of breaking it because of the consequence. Once it’s a contract, there has to be something to guides us all,” Ogidi Brown added.
Ogidi Brown has been bitter about Fameye’s behavior towards him after signing the singer on his OGB Music label.
Though the five-year contract between OGB Music and Fameye is not over, the two have gone their separate ways.
Watch the interview below :