web analytics
Connect with us

Entertainment news

Bulldog blasts Stonebwoy for disrespecting artiste managers

Published

on

  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

Artiste manager and entertainment critic, Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, popularly known as Bulldog on social media has blasted and schooled Stonebwoy over some comments he passed last Saturday.

The Dancehall musician in a special appearance on UTV’s United hosted by actress Nana Ama Mcbrown made some comments about artist and talent managers that didn’t go down well with Bulldog.

Stonebwoy in his statements doubted if any artiste and talent manager in Ghana could produce a certificate to back his or her craft. That is he thinks people who chose to be managers must be certified before they can perform that role.

1 GAD passed these comments soon after he had touched on how his former manager Blakk Cedi eventually became his personal manager after been his Road manager for years.

It appears Bulldog who also happens to be Shatta Wale’s manager didn’t like the flow and assertions made by the Bhim Nation President on UTV during his interview.

Sharing his opinion on the subject, Bulldog resorted to social media to register his displeasure over Stonebwoy’s comments against artiste and talent managers.

Howbeit, he schooled the musician on how to respect the artist managerial capacity because they also have a role to play in the entertainment industry.

On Instagram he wrote;

The general disregard to Artiste Management as a profession, on United the most watched and talked about TV Talk Show in Ghana hosted by seasoned and award-winning actress, Empress Nana Ama McBrown on UTV, Ghana’s leading, most patronised and best-loved award-winning television channel by one of Ghana’s top musical exports, Stonebwoy was so unfortunate. If you have a situation with your management team please don’t generalise it. To say which artiste manager in Ghana can show a certificate for management was distasteful and unschooled.

Let us learn to respect each other’s contribution in this space.
You were on the moral high ground about ‘disrespect in the game’ kindly heed to your counsel. I’m not sure it will be appropriate for one to seek for an artiste’s certificate for them to be referred to as or become one. Talent management is the knowledge or skill obtained from a period of practical experience with talents, especially that gained in a particular profession. One’s handiwork and attainment in their chosen field makes them a master of their trade and not a certificate in form of a document.
Their unceasing success in their field of work is all the certification they require. How joyous it would be to ask for a presidential certificate… ? ?

Talent management is a labour of love. Their efforts don’t generate into streams or laurels for themselves so their contribution to the grandiose victory is easily overlooked. Talent Managers aren’t celebrated in this country because their tale of toil don’t get told. I am a CERTIFIED TALENT MANAGER without a certificate. God bless the entertainment space and all stakeholders.
#YEAROFRESTORATION#sikanhyiraadomaseda

BLOGGER! EVENT & RADIO DJ! ONLINE INFLUENCER! IG@ KOFI_MODERN! TWITTER@ MODERNNEWSGH! TELE:0277301540

Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Entertainment news

Mzvee Reveals How The Music Industry Is Dirty

Published

on

  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

Ghanaian songstress Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, known in the industry as MzVee, has broken silence on the dirty games that are played in the industry to strive into the limelight, indicating that, the music industry is dirty.

Mzvee disclosed this in an interview with Graphic Showbiz and further advised the upcoming artiste in the entertainment to not rush for fame but for use the right steps to avoid ending up in the wrong place.

“Our industry is one that has a lot of things going on; everyone is fighting for fame so I will say it is a dirty one but in the sense that, the industry is really crazy so they have to be patient. This industry is really crazy, it is hectic, it is dirty so you have to be patient so you don’t end up at the wrong place or with the wrong people,”

“It’s competitive and people will do everything not to make you shine. Just like any other industry, people fight for the top spot and people fight to be seen instead of other people. I can advise them to be patient and they should just keep perfecting their craft because if they rush, they will crush.”

Mzvee Stated in the interview

Continue Reading

Entertainment news

Stop Requesting sex from Women before offering them Jobs-Efia Odo urges

Published

on

  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

Controversial Female Celebrity Efia Odo has decend heavily on General managers in Ghana who always ask for sex from women before offering them Job.

In a Twitter post the Kwese Tv presenter cum slay queen stated…….

Stop requesting sex from women before offering them a job. It’s only a prostitute that you compensate for sex. Treat her as title she applied for.

Continue Reading

Entertainment news

Sarkodie’s ‘New Guy’ song featuring AceHood is the 4th most played Sarkodie’s song on Naija, UK, Germany and Belgium radio stations in the past month

Published

on

  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

Sarkodie’s ‘New Guy’ song featuring AceHoood regardless of controversies that surrounded it is still very hot on the airwaves.

It seems Sarkodie is still taking some royalties from his ‘New Guy’ song featuring Acehood released years ago.

The ‘New Guy’ banger is Sarkodie’s fourth most played song aside his ‘Lucky‘ song featuring Rudeboy, ‘PainKiller’ with Runtown, and ‘Overload‘ featuring Oxlade.

A SarkNative touched on that fact with proof by releasing a screenshot of with the caption:

“sarkodie New Guy by @sarkodie ft AceHood is the 4th most played Sarkodie song on Naija, UK, Germany and Belgium radio stations in the past month.

Obidi dey chop royalties from a song that Ghanaians only concentrated on the $25k rather than the effort and  that record was..”

Continue Reading

Trending