Strongman has obliged that signees are not homeless people or slaves who are as a matter of course expected to serve their lords in this setup artistes who sign them to their record labels. In his view, the artiste who gets signed is arriving in as a colleague to the person who signs him.
Speaking in a recent interview on YFM, Strongman said he has a lot to discuss Sarkodie, and all the negative vibes he was made him experience yet attributable to the regard and reliability. he has chosen to secure everything up a storage room.
According to him in a radio interview, Strongman said he went under a lot of tough times while under Sarkodie, the owner of the record label.
That’s why after 2 years he decided to leave because things didn’t go well as he expected. He noted that after leaving, he could have gone out on the media to reveal the bad things he went through but he doesn’t see the need to do that.
The rapper who as of late turned into a dad said he got irritated when he realized what happened to Kelvyn Boy in Ashaiman when he was assaulted by a protector of his former boss Stonebwoy. He said when he met the Afrobeat vocalist he inquired as to whether this is the degree of awful treatment built up artistes will distribute to them when they leave their record label.