Ghanaian gospel musician, Empress Gifty Adorye has pointed how wrong it is for an artiste to sign his/her fellow.
The ‘Jesus Over Do’ composer emphasized that is not advisable for anyone to take such a decision.
“It is wrong and unadvisable for an artiste to sign his fellow artiste under his record label, it doesn’t help. So I like the way Lynx Entertainment is doing it, he put his career aside and building an image because it’s not right to compete with the young ones. He’ll compete with Kuami Eugene and the likes – his own artistes,” she said in an interview with SVTV.
Gifty added: “He’ll grab all the shows for himself; do you think when I have an artiste under me and there is a show worth GHS30,000 – what am I going to do? To me, when you hear I’m signing an artiste that means Empress, I have retired from music. So I will give my focus to the person, I’ll push the person to where I want the person to go.”
She disclosed her willingness to venture into artiste management when she personally retires from active music.
“Oh of course, yes! But now I’m still doing music so when I retire from my music I will sign an artiste. Because two captains can never be on a ship,” Empress Gifty made known her future plans.