Ace music producer Edward Nana Poku Osei, professionally known as Hammer has revealed out of all the artiste he nurtured, Edem was the most profitable.
The founder and CEO of The Last Two Music Group said he made $70,000 from Edem in 2014 when telecommunication network, Globacom signed him as a brand ambassador.
Da Hammer said that money back then enabled him to acquire his first house. Hammer also said Obrafour also made himself some good cash after he produced his Execution Diary almost two decades ago.
In a nutshell, Hammer told Sammy Flex in an exclusive interview on Zylofon FM that Edem is the ‘record holder’ in terms of money artists from the Last 2 generated for him.