Stonebwoy & Sarkodie Are The Only ‘Focused’ Ghanaian Artistes- Bulldog

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Former manager of Shatta Wale, Bulldog has opined that Sarkodie and Stonebwoy are ‘highly focused’ because of the way they maintain their composure during bad moments.

He made this submission during a radio discussion on the the importance of public relations and branding on the career of artistes on Joy FM.

Bulldog added that owing to this, it’s very imperative for other artistes to emulate their fine example so they push their brand.

He said:

Like I’ve said, I only used Sarkodie. Let me add Stonebwoy as well. These two artistes are highly, highly focused. They’ve seen or they know the terrain in which they play so they know that bad news will certainly come and they are so calm about it.

I will take the Dubai thing that happened with Sarkodie as an example. Everybody, and even Sarkodie’s DJ was unprofessional. He came out talking when Sarkodie had come to say let’s calm things.

He had no right speaking, DJ Mensa had no right speaking because the head of the ship, the captain of the ship says let’s cool off. Everybody else needs to tow that line.

Normally it will be a manager who will be calling for everybody to shut up and not even the artiste so as an artiste, you see, you are your first manager. You need to know… you need to live an exemplary life for all your team members.

 

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