Fast-rising Ghanaian musician Fameye has agreed to a 5-year deal with OGB Music owned by Ghanaian-born Italy-based musician, Ogidi Brown.
The two signed the five-year deal on Sunday, July 15, 2018, in Accra in the presence of the family of the musician, management of OGB music and the press. Radio and TV presenter, Erskine who spoke for the record label during the short marriage ceremony said the agreement between both parties is a 360 deal which will give the label the chance to take charge of all dealings of the musician.
According to him, OGB Music will finance all productions of the musician and cater for his transportation during the period. Mentioning the amount involved in the 5-year deal, the YFM and 4syte TV presenter mentioned that his record label has set aside Gh250,000 for the bond. He believes this amount will help the musician but quickly added that all the money will not be given to Famaye as some will be used for his music business.
OGB music as part of the deal also presented to the musician road manager, promoters and other individuals who will help in his operations. After listing all the juicy offers OGB Music has for Fameye, Erskine further told the press which included Zionfelix.net that the musician would have to pay Gh350,000 when he wants to terminate the deal.
See photos from the signing below: