Burniton Music boss, Livingstone Etse Satekla has revealed that they have no problems at their Bhim Camp despite the suggestions that he might have problems handling two very talented fast-rising musicians on his label.
According to the ‘Kpokeke’ hitmaker, adding OV to Kelynboy on the Burniton label is no headache at all to him. He made the point that the question about whether or not if Kelynboy had been given the needed exposure before bringing another person onto the label is not entirely necessary.
Stonebwoy added in the interview with Zionfelix on the ‘Uncut’ show during the press briefing about the much-anticipated ‘Independence Day Concert’ that even the music icons who consider themselves as very huge figures can never say boldly that they have arrived and as such, if one says he will want to arrive before he or she helps an upcoming act, then industry will never see new faces.
The Bhim Nation president stressed that both acts he has on his label have very unique talents they bring to the fore for which he beliefs they will may great exploits on the Ghanaian music market with their works they will be churning out from time to time.
The ‘Top Skanka’ hitmaker will hold a special ‘Independence Day Concert’. This concert is scheduled for 5th March at the Labadi Beach Hotel and forms part of Labadi Beach Hotel’s Entertainment offering to its patrons and the general public as we commemorate the Year of Return and Ghana’s 62nd Independence anniversary.
The event starts at 6:00 pm prompt till midnight and will feature other acts such as the Bhim Band, sensational Afrobeats artiste, Kelvynboy, fast rising artiste, OV (winner of MTN Hitmaker 2018) and DJ Justice, all of the Burniton Music Group, a record label owned by Livingstone Etse Satekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy.