Ghanaian Highlife sensation, Peter Fameyeh Bozah, popularly known as Fameye has revealed in a recent interview that he never received a dime from his former boss, Ogidi Brown, and his record label, OGB Music after parting ways with them.
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According to him, the claims made by the record label that he signed on a 2.5 million record deal were only to impress tweeps on social media but the truth of the matter is, he never received a dime from the deal.
Speaking in a recent interview with Berla Mundi on the New Day show aired on TV3, Fameye revealed that his former boss only helped him with a place to lay his weary head and also assisted him with his basic needs as well as shot most of his music videos for him, but he never got any monetary gains from the label.
Opening up on his previous banter with his former boss, Fameye revealed that he is glad he was able to pay Ogidi Brown the money he claimed he owes him. However, he stated that most of his songs are still with the label but he has no intention of fighting with them for them as well because he wants his peace of mind.
“Talent is money, and the record label is bringing physical money as well. So we’re both supposed to do business. However, we make it appear as if record labels or managers are assisting artists while the artists have nothing to offer. While they are bringing in talent and a lot of energy”, he added.
Watch the interview below: