Vocal sensation Fameye, has officially terminated his managerial contract with former boss Ogidi Brown and label OGB Music.


The singer in the statement said, “It is with great pleasure to announce that I have parted ways with OGB Music and his management.”

In 2018, Fameye penned his signature to a five (5) year contract presented to him by Italy based music label – OGB Music.

OGB Records, currently owned and headed by music recording act, Ogidi Brown through its Ghanaian media representative headed by Erskine Amoah revealed the promising deal which was worth GHC250,000 an estimated $50,000 covered management, and all music-related expenditures to be incurred during their five (5) year tenure, according to reports

It will be vividly recalled that some months ago, the two were involved in a feud which later escalated leading  Ogidi Brown to summoning Fameye at Antoa.

This was after Ogidi Brown revealed that the singer owed him an amount of $50,000 and has refused to pay even after he came to him with some elders to plead on his behalf.

The singer on Monday, July 19, 2021, announced that he has mutually parted ways with the record label after consultations and agreement between the two entities.

Read the full statement below;


Source: Ghana/Starrfm.com.gh/103.5fm