Seem engineer and audio producer, Hammer, has disclosed that some of the biggest acts he has nurtured used to kneel in his studios when they misbehave.
In accordance to him the environment in his studio was additional like a boot camp since he was not all set to tolerant indiscipline.
“It was a boot camp on the studio premises. you can appear to the studios to see artistes kneel down in the studios with their arms up for fighting,” he reported in an interview with George Quaye on Showbiz A-Z on Pleasure FM.
He discussed that training was to psych them up for achievements.
He said it was critical to self-control the artistes to come to be responsible and well-behaved.
Hammer, born Edward Nana Poku Osei, stated the strict education made ‘his boys’ rough to withstand just about anything that came their way in the marketplace.
“When my boys get somewhere they truly feel invincible. What can you do? The way I have drilled them there is absolutely nothing that you can do that they have not faced,” he included,
The audio engineer to start with identified for his perform on Obrafour’s Pae Mu Ka reported he has not recruited feminine artistes mainly because the natural environment was not acceptable for them.
He discussed they could not endure some of the schooling he gave the boys.
Some of the artistes Hammer has labored with consist of hiplife legend Obrafour, Sarkodie, Kwaw Kese, Tinny and Edem.
Hammer, having said that, refused to disclose info on which of his artistes had knelt down.