Strongman Was Doing Cleaning And Washing For Sarkodie?

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Rapper Strongman born Vincent Kwaku Osei speaking from experience has vehemently posited that artistes are not slaves to their record label owners that sign them.

Strongman in an interview on YFM disclosed that signees are not beggars and slaves to their masters who have signed them to their record label.

According to the former signee of Sarkodie’s SarkCess Music, artistes are signed unto record labels for business partnerships and not to serve them at the label as if they are slaves and squatters.

The young rapper who worked with Sarkodie for two years also revealed that he has a lot to talk about Sarkodie based on the fake vibes he was experiencing during his years at SarkCess Music, but considering the respect he has for his fans, he has decided to keep mute.

Now let’s apply some logic here to decode the import of the conversation. According to Strongman as stated in the intro, “artistes are not slaves to their record labels that sign them”. Y’all know who a modern-day slave is, right?

So, does it mean Strongman under SarkCess Music was doing other menial jobs like cleaning and washing for Sarkodie? Besides, grounds check indicates that Strongman wrote a lot of verses for Sarkodie, but his boss failed to appreciate and “sacked” him in the long run.
BBC

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