There have not been a lot of achievement tales of artistes managing other artistes in Ghana and maybe that is why rapper, EL, claims the final detail he would like to do is go into artiste administration.
“I am not ready to go via all this drama that arrives with handling a further artiste. I have so a lot of artistes knocking on my doorway to deal with them but I am just not prepared for that now.
The artiste told Graphic Showbiz on Thursday, April 25, even though some of the artistes approaching him are very gifted, he declines every single ask for for management because there are a large amount of factors he wants to accomplish in his music vocation.
According to EL, true identify Elom Adablah, a ton of issues go into artistes management which he is not ready to give up his vocation for.
Questioned his see about the full craze of artistes managing other musicians, he said the ungratefulness of some of these new artistes in some cases would make the well-known musicians refuse to indicator them on.
“Very handful of of them are grateful when you carry them up there. The bulk forget about that you have at any time performed a thing for them when they make it.
“Can you picture an artiste putting his occupation on maintain and encouraging a further artiste only for that individual to be ungrateful in potential,” he quizzed.
He mentioned all he does now is to give recommendations on how these new artistes can make it and linking them up with the right persons.
“I have linked a few artistes I know are gifted to other men and women who I consider can transfer their job to the future degree. But for me to deal with an additional artiste is a no no,” he said.
Whilst EL has been on the low for a although now he claims he is doing the job on some great tunes and in a handful of months, Ghanaians will expertise him once more.
“Sometimes you have to be on the small and prepare dinner some thing new for your lovers. I have been around undertaking business and recording with excellent artistes throughout Africa,” he claimed.
The award-profitable musician is regarded for tunes like “Obuu Mo”, “Kaalu”, “One Ghana”, “Auntie Martha”, “Shelele”, “Mi Naa Bo Po”, “Koko” and “KaaBu Ame.”