In the past few months the Ghanaian music industry has witnessed an unprecedented number of bad blood between artistes. The long list included major acts such as Obrafour, Okyeame Kwame, Quata, Kwaw Kese, Guru and the list rolls out.
The phenomenon which has been in existence since the early days of music is one that most people saw as unhealthy for our industry. C.E.O of Lynx entertainment and Producer of the year has debunked allegations that there is bad blood boiling between his label and artistes from Tema with specific reference to the group R2Bees.
Speaking to Quame Junior in a recent interview the beat maker threw light on the issue and made his stand clear.
“Contrary to what everybody believes there is no “beef” between us and any artistes in this country. Our industry is expanding and our strength depends on our unity. If we will ever have to “Beef” any artiste it will definitely be an artiste outside Ghana.
What we need is for our industry to go beyond the borders of the nation and not a singular artist.
Once again I will like to make it clear to the whole industry that there is no bad blood between Lynx entertainment and any artistes what so ever” the creative mogul concluded with a positive conviction.
In a related development, Lynx Entertainment is set to join some of the world’s greatest artistes with a Sony distribution deal.