Zylofon Media-signed highlife artiste, Kumi Guitar has expressed his disappointment at the recent on-goings between Zylofon Media and Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy.
The two brands have for over the past weeks been on the trending list of social media with a large number of people speculating a termination of contract between the Dancehall artiste and his record label.
Things however went bad on Saturday night when the artiste manager of Zylofon Media, Bulldog allegedly stormed the premises of Paloma Hotel in Accra with some other people to retrieve a Mercedes Benz car from Stonebwoy.
Speaking about the developments, Kumi Guitar who happens to be the first artiste signed by the record label said the conduct of his colleague (Stonebwoy) is wrong and uncalled for.
According to him, the dancehall artiste has exhibited some selfishness and ingratitude which will destroy the brand if not checked.
Speaking to the media about his latest song “Gyae” which is dedicated to Stonebwoy, Kumi Guitar said he believes it will admonish Stonebwoy and stop him from dragging the name of the brand in the mud.
“We have to learn to give back to people who are helping us. Stonebwoy can never say Zylofon media has done nothing for him. It was Zylofon Media that paid for all Stonebwoy’s expenses including his trips, recordings and his two major concerts which were held in Ashaiman and the National Theatre.
The “Betweener” hit maker argued “that maybe in his (Stonebwoy’s) contract, they agreed he will represent dancehall so they can’t bring somebody else on board, but if you are representing dancehall, then you also have to be an ambassador for the brand and he has never done that.
If you have an issue with management, talk to them, who knows, you probably did something wrong and that’s why a new artist was brought on board. Not for you to go round tarnishing the image of the brand and trying to bring it down. As for that I won’t sit down and watch”
“Gyae”, which literally means “Stop” highlights the controversies surrounding Stonebwoy’s exit from Zylofon Media. It also warns the “Baafira” hit maker to desist from tarnishing the image of the entertainment company and show gratitude.
The song has already received massive airplay with some criticizing its release when a definite resolution of the issue hasn’t been announced.
By: Gabla Godwin/ Showbiz Network Ghana
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