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‘I Don’t Think I’ll Ever Go Back To Highgrade Family’ – Kofi Kinaata

Fante rapper, Kofi Kinaata best remembered for his hit song Confessions, has revealed that now that he’s done with his former record label, he doesn’t see himself going back to them again.

The multiple VGMA award winner recently ended his five year contract with High Grade Family, a record label owned by Samini.

He says he is looking forward to a bright future with a new a manager who will devise god plans for him to excel in his career.

Here’s what he said:

I won 15 local and international awards through High Grade Family but for now our contract is over and I have moved on.

I don’t think I would like to go back.

I really don’t need a manager with a lot of money but a serious-minded manager who understands me and has good plans for me.

Source:www.ghbase.com

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