GNA – Singer and Rapper Fameye, has accepted a five year contract offered to him by Italy based music label – OGB Music.
The deal which was worth $50,000 would cover management and all music related expenditures to be incurred during their five year tenure.
The Italy based label, OGB Records is owned and headed by music recording act, Ogidi Brown through its Ghanaian media representative lead by Erskine Amoah.
Fameye, popularly known by his hits song “Afia Bruwaa” ft Kofi Kinaata, said the deal came as a result of a close collaboration and working relationship between him and the OGB records.
He expressed appreciation to the head of OGB Records, Odigi Brown and staff of the label saying; “It is a dream come through, I am very hopeful in attaining greater height thus this intervention is very timely”.
The short ceremony held in Accra saw the presence of Japhter Gyasi Junior, the head of OGB Records Ghana, Erskine Amoah, radio and television personality, David King Amoah, acting road manager for Fameye, Prince Fiifi Adinkra Cudjoe, a Publicist and Felix Adomako, a blogger.