Ghanaian singer cum songwriter and the CEO of OGB music Ogidi Brown who also doubles as the manager of ‘Nothing I Get’ hitmaker, Fameye has expressed regrets over decision to sign and manage Fameye.
The manager who seems heartbroken with the twist of events between himself and his artiste neay broke into tears in a new interview monitored by GhBase.
Though Fameye and his management have smoked the peace pipe after falling out in Italy few weeks ago, according to Ogidi Brown, he had to pause his career for a while in order to enable him push Fameye.
In the interview, Ogidi Brown noted that his place of abode was making it difficult to break into the Ghana music industry.
Ogidi Brown explained further taking a critical analysis on his music journey, he thought it wise to form a record label and channel his resource there as against his usual one.
According to him, he was advised to help Fameye since they were kind of very close.
From all indications, he seem to regret his move.
Fameye has started his new record label known as ‘Femeye Music’.
Watch the interview below:
Meanwhile, Ogidi Brown has cautioned and served a public notice to promoters and the general public that he will take legal action against whosoever would book Fameye for a show without booking him through OGB music.
This comes following some misunderstanding between the record label and the artiste after a video went viral that Fameye has allegedly slapped his manager following an argument between them.