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Ebony’s progress is not ‘trial and error’ – Bullet

Manager of Ghanaian female musician-Ebony Reigns, Ricky Nana Agyemang popularly known as Bullet has revealed what has been put in place to ensure the success of the ‘90’s Bad Girl’.

Speaking in an interview with Melvina Frimpong Manson on Suncity 97.1FM’s Showbiz 971 in Sunyani, Bullet stated that Ebony’s success is calculated—and not based on trial and error.

“Ebony’s progress is calculated. If you see that an artist has hit, do not think that it is trial-and-error. There is no follow up hit for those who do trial-and-error. For her to come out with hit after hit should tell you that it calculated,” he said.

“After God’s favor and grace, there are some people who are supporting us with their strength, money and everything…these won’t make us fail…because Rufftown records is not me alone,” Bullet confidently stated.

According to him, the next plan is to make the ‘Ebony brand’ reach the international level.

He admitted that he is not much experienced when it comes to managing an artist—but he is poised to learn more.

“Moving on, we have a lot to learn as a record label. We accept any mistake that we have made…and apologize to anybody who is not okay with what we did. I mean we love music…that’s our occupation…we love to entertain people. We played shows even when we were not being paid not now that somebody is paying us to entertain others. A whole lot of things are involved if things do not go well,” Bullet showed some remorsefulness on the shortcomings of his outfit.

Source: Suncityfmonline.com

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