CEO of Hammer of The Last 2 Productions, Hammer has disclosed that he is all set and done to return into but this time as a businessman.
According to him in his recent interview, he has plans to put producers and artists together.
“I’m kind of tired for the music now. I’m gonna come back to music but as a businessman. I’m going to try and come back to put things together, but producers and artists together, try and take them to the world, find investors for them and all that,” he told 3FM’s MzGee as monitored by Ghcelebinfo.online
“I might invest but it’s easier to get people who are interested. There are a lot of people out there who are interested in investing in music but they don’t have the right place to put their money, they don’t have the right person to entrust their money to. I think with my experience over the years and the wisdom I have acquired from the music business, it puts me in the position where I can handle these investors.”
Having groomed a number of talents including Sarkodie, Kwaw Kese, Tinny, Edem, Okra and Teephlow, there are suggestions Hammer’s decision to let go of his production prowess would greatly affect the music industry.
The experienced music producer who is now into bread business however disagrees.
“That talent is doing bread now. It’s the same thing. It was the gospel according to Hammer, it was my taste in music. Whatever you do is basically your taste in it… so it’s the same taste I have in my bread,” he explained.
“Dealing with this bread and my partner who gave me the opportunity to run this A1 Accra, I’m handling the bread like I would handle a bread business. The kind of unorthodox and unconventional marketing that I do, these are the things that define who you are. One industry cannot really define who you are. I came to serve these boys and I think my work is done for now,” he added.
Hammer is one of the most respected Sound Engineers in Ghana.