Ghanaian music duo, Dope Nation have shared the reason behind their decision to sign a record deal with Lynx Entertainment after an independent run.
Early this year, the group and the label owned by Richie Mensah officially announced they had entered into a working relationship agreement.
The imprint is home to the likes of Kuami Eugene and Kidi.
“As an independent act, there are certain things you need to do that could make your music reach a certain level. And you realize that if you have this strong backing, the music could go further,” explained a member of the group to Lerny Lomotey, host of The Entertainment Arena.
“… he (Mensah) came to the studio, and he was like, straight forward, he didn’t beat about the bush ‘we want sign you people’… we had to put things into consideration…”
The ‘Zanku’ acts made up of twins – Michael Boafo (B2) and Tony Boafo (Twist) also spoke about starting out in the music industry and a lot more.
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