I Will Invest in P!gs Rather Than Invest In These Úngråteful Artists Again ” – Bullet

I Will Invest in P!gs Rather Than Invest In These Úngråteful Artists Again ” – Bullet

The CEO of Rufftown Records, Ricky Nana Agyemang, better known by his stage as Bullet, recently shared some startling insights regarding his interactions with male musicians.

Bullet, who is well-known for his fruitful partnerships with female performers like the late Ebony Reigns and Wendy Shay, stated that he thought it would have been more advantageous to buy a pig farm than to work with some of the male singers he has met.

Even though Bullet had previously collaborated with male singers such as Brella, Ray James, and Danny Beatz, he presented Baba Tundey as his first-ever signed male artist during an Accra FM interview with Nana Romeo.

He clarified that the reason he had never before signed any male singers was due to their lack of moral integrity, lack of gratitude.

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Bullet stressed that while choosing musicians to collaborate with, character is just as important as talent. He was disappointed in the way the male artists he had previously mentored had behaved, calling them untrustworthy and disrespectful.

He mentioned that he might have made more money if he had put the same amount of money into a pig farm or another industry. Bullet’s hard work and dedication as a talent manager have earned him great respect in the Ghanaian music industry, even in spite of the difficulties he has encountered with male stars.

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