- Veteran music producer Da Hammer has finally told the story of how money from Edem's deal got him a house
- Hammer disclosed that money from Edem's Glo deal was able to pay for the amount his first house was being sold at
- The CEO of Last 2 admitted that Edem's deal was the biggest cash he got from his last 2 artistes consisting of Sarkodie, Kwaw Kese, Obrafour, Tinny among others
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CEO of Last 2 Music and former music producer, Da Hammer, has revealed that money from Edem's Glo deal got him a house.
According to the veteran beats maker, Edem's cash was the biggest he got from producing the likes of Sarkodie, Obrafour, Kwaw Kese among others.
In a video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Hammer expressed gratitude and satisfaction in nurturing artistes who have become top of the crop today.
"It was when I bought my first house, Edem through Glo brought the profit. They signed Edem for 70,000 dollars," he revealed.
"Glo gave us 70,000 dollars in the first year, another in the second year, that was around 2004. It was a great deal and that was when I saw money," he added.
Hammer who nurtured Edem to become the top-notch artiste he is today expressed excitement for such a deal.
He further explained how he took the music production and management job as a service to the artistes.
The businessman who currently works with A1 bread and Tata Africa noted that at the time, any artiste who he calls on to follow him closely will be the next to make a hit.
Hammer is undoubtedly one of Ghana's most prolific music producers who nurtured and managed some of Ghana's top acts.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Nana Ama McBrown after she carried Don Little like a baby.
In the video, Don Little was seen sitting on the laps of Nana Ama in the studios of UTV as if he was her son.
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