Information reaching YEN.com.gh indicates that the ‘Susuka’ hitmaker, Kofi Kinaata, has parted ways with the High Grade Family headed by dancehall guru, Samini.
READ ALSO: Lilwin enrolls in computer School
The Fante Rap God, as Kofi Kinaata is popularly known, is rumoured to have issues with his former boss Samini, which were beyond reconciliation.
Consequently, he decided not to renew his contract with the High Grade Family Record Label hence, the break-up, according to a report by ModernGhana.com.
His break away from the High Grade Family makes him the fourth musiciain to leave the record lable after E.L, Kaakie and Gallaxy all left at a point in time.
Born Martin King Arthur, Kofi Kinata broke into the music industry some five years ago and has shown determination to be consistent.
He is known for his unique rap style which has earned him a place in the heart of music lovers.
Kinaata shot to fame when he featured on ‘Odo Pa’ by Castro also featuring Black Stars Captain, Asamoah Gyan.
He went on to release his very hit song ‘Susuka’ which went viral about three years ago.
He then moved from the west-side into the mainstream with his unique rap-style five years ago and has since been consistent.
Last year December, Kofi hosted the "Made in Tadi" Concert which saw the whole city of Takoradi brought to a standstill.
There were over 30 celebrated artistes who graced the occasion with massive performances.
Other popular songs by Kofi Kinaata are: “Last Show”, "Made In Taadi", "Confession."
Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?
Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page