Famed artiste manager, Lawrence Nana Asiamah, popularly known as Bulldog has denied the common talk that, Dancehall Act Stonebwoy, has plans of leaving Zylofon Media. www.entertainmentgh.com is aware!
The widespread of the unverified information was that, barely a year after dancehall act was signed, he has decided to leave his record label.
The BET Award Winner is rumoured to be displeased at the signing of his arch-rival, Shatta Wale, on the same record label.
It has also been alleged that Zylofon Media was not happy with the level of apathy the musician has shown towards hyping the brand. www.entertainmentgh.com observed this too!
However, the Head of Artiste and Repertoire at Zylofon Media, Bull Dog stated emphatically, “I’ve seen the stories myself but there is no truth to it. I hire and also look after these artistes. If there’s anything termination, I would know about it. But as I speak there is nothing on my desk like that.” he added.
Throwing back, after the signing of the ‘Taking Over’ hitmaker, Shatta Wale, many were worried that the move would either generate tension between and Stonebwoy or kill the seeming beef between the two.
About a month ago at his signing, Shatta Wale fueled the rivalry fire when he said: “Right now, you hear say people dey think; ‘so what you go do Stonebwoy?’. You see Stonebwoy, for here [Zylofon] he be my brother [but] for town he be my enemy,” which generated loud cheers from the fans.
Stonebwoy on the ‘You sey wetin’ on Hitz FM, last week, was asked by Prince Tsegah what he felt about the new addition to the Zylofon Media. He responded: “I don’t know anything about that”, indicating the Bhim Nation leader had unsettled issues he was not willing to discuss.
The renowned artist manager, who formerly managed Shatta Wale, insisted that, there is absolute calm in the camp of the budding media house.
“I know for a fact that we don’t have issues with him [Stonebwoy], everything is running smoothly…we met as a team on Thursday,[without Stonebwoy, who is out of the country] it’s healthy, we’re all moving on,” he stated.
Story By Deborah Kotei