‘I Joined Sarkcess Music Because Sarkodie Has A Powerful Brand Which Could Help Me But That Did Not Happen’- Strongman

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It seems Strongman cannot keep quiet about the manner at which he left Sarkodie’s record label, Sarkcess Music. We cannot blame him because it’s journalist/bloggers who revisit the issue anytime they interview him.

Speaking about the matter again in a new interview on the Delay Show, Strongman said he signed onto to the label not because of the monetary aspect but because he thought he could tap into Sarkodie’s strong brand to sustain what he had.

He said,

“Going into this contract, i wasn’t looking at the money aspect, i didn’t sign for Sarkodie because I wanted money from him. I signed unto his label so that i can use his already existing brand to also build my Strong Empire Brand so that tomorrow when i’m no more with him, i know that i have a strong brand to carry me along, and it’s working so far for me.’

On whether he and Sarkodie fought in a way before he left his label, Strongman said,

“No, personally Sarkodie and I have no disagreement of a sort. It’s the media who made it seemed like something bad in terms of relationship wise was happening between us but everything was cool.’

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