Enas Multimedia, management of the late highlife musician Daasebre Gyamenah says they are disappointed in rapper Sarkodie.
In a statement signed by Nana Nakaa Mutty, Director of Communication for the company, the group believes Sarkodie’s tribute song, which was first performed at the 2016 Rapperholic Concert was released at the wrong time. To them, Sarkodie should have put the song out before the “Kokoko” singer was buried.
They continued to rebuke Sarkodie for not attending the funeral of the late musician nor signing his book of condolence.
Enak Multidia also talked against Mark Okreku Mantey’s decision to sue Sarkodie for not asking permission before recording his version of the Daasebre’s hit song, “Kookoko”.
Read the official release from Daasebre's management below:
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