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Sarkodie reveals why he ‘rejected’ NAM1’s money

Different honor winning rapper Michael Owusu referred to prevalently as Sarkodie has opened up on the motivation behind why he dismissed the cash of business tycoon Nana Appiah Mensah notable as NAM 1.
Review that business tycoon NAM 1 marked several craftsmen onto his record mark, Zylofon Records. A few craftsmen he marked were Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, Kumi Guitar, Wendy Shay, Joyce Blessing, and others.

Sarkodie then again dismissed the cash of NAM 1 to be endorsed on his record mark, Zylofon media. He has uncovered that he dismissed the proposition on the grounds that the deal covered just him and not the whole business.

During a visit on Big Vibes with Sarkodie, the rapper dug into additional subtleties of the agreement with NAM 1. He revealed additionally expressed that media outlets needs subsidizing and believed the agreement should help the whole business and not just him.

I told NAM 1 I don’t think about myself alone because his interest was more in Sarkodie. I can’t fault him because any businessman will look at people who will be profitable to him.”

“For a very long time, I haven’t been about what Sarkodie can do for himself. I really want the Ghanaian industry to survive.

“That is the conversation that I had with NAM 1. So my approach was if the guy gets the bread, we have a lot of artists who are already in the system. We can just package them and push them with full force. If we had money, we would host a big show in America.

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