- Ola Michaels is predicting there will be a rift between Shatta Wale and Bull Dog very soon
- He says Shatta Wale could fail at Zylofon if record label policies doesn't suit him
Popular entertainment critic, Ola Michaels is predicting doom for new Zylofon Media artiste, Shatta Wale even before he could zoom into action.
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According to Ola Michaels, the controversial dancehall artiste could fail woefully if the record label’s policies doesn’t suit his lifestyle and personality.
The self-acclaimed dancehall King on Wednesday signed a three year juicy contract with Zylofon media, though details of the contract was not made public.
However, many Ghanaians including entertainment pundits have expressed mixed feelings over Wale's new deal at Zylofon.
While some endorse the deal, others have expressed little confidence and disappointment.
Speaking on Hitz FM in Accra, Ola Michaels argued that many artistes thrive with record labels while others shrink as soon as they associate themselves with professional record labels.
Therefore, Shatta Wale’s case may not be any different if strict company policies does not favour the artiste.
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“Sometimes you can be so successful as an ‘individual’ record label owner, but when you join a major record label, the dynamics change….I do not know the brand policy of Zylofon. I don’t know how they are going to marry theirs with Shatta’s. I don’t know how they are going to manage the exuberance of Shatta. I don’t know if they are going to skew their policies to suit who Shatta is,” he said.
Mr Michaels in his interview also predicted that terrible issues may arise between Shatta Wale and his new manager at Zylofon, Bulldog over their ‘old beef’ very soon.
“Take it from me today, maybe in three months to come, Bulldog and Shatta will begin to have issues; if they’ve not started having it already,” he said.
Ola Michaels believes “those issues will arise from the attitude of (Shatta). Fans propelling you to do stuff, company says no, we don’t do our stuff this way.”
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