I didn’t know Zylofon Media had plans to sign Shatta Wale –Stonebwoy

I didn’t know Zylofon Media had plans to sign Shatta Wale –Stonebwoy

- Stonebwoy says he was not aware Zylofon was going to sign on Shatta Wale

- The artiste says he only got to know the very day Shatta Wale was unveiled

Rumors surrounding dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy’s exit from Zylofon Media barely a year after signing contract with the company appears to be gaining grounds on various social media platforms.

Earlier this month, there were some speculations that the respected dancehall artiste, is not happy about some internal wrangling after the company signed his closest contender, Shatta Wale.

I didn’t know Zylofon Media had plans to sign Shatta Wale –Stonebwoy
Zylofon Media has signed Shatta Wale after signing Stonebwoy

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But the Public Relations Officer of the company, Samuel Baah, has since cleared the air over the wild media speculations.

However, according to a Ghbase.com report, Stonebwoy has revealed in an interview that he did not have any idea Zylofon Media was going to sign Shatta Wale.

The dancehall artiste insisted that he only got to know on the very day Shatta Wale was officially unveiled by the company.

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“If it was what Zylofon Media wanted and felt it would help the label, hence the need to sign Shatta Wale, for the best interest of the record label, then there’s no problem with that at all,” Stonbwoy said.

Although Stonebwoy in his interview did not confirm his intention to walk away from the Zylofon deal, it has been speculated that Shatta Wale seems to be the favorite of the Zylofon Media boss, Nana Appiah Mensah.

Meanwhile, some unconfirmed reports say Stonebwoy is determined to pack out of the Zylofon deal, though he has not received any termination of contract letter from Zylofon Media.

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