- eShun's former manager, Stephen Mensah, has stated that he is opened to the possibility of working with the female artiste once again
- For some time now, both eShun and Stephen Mensah have been speaking about their terrible experiences with each other when they were working together
- Stephen Mensah despite all the allegations levelled against him, he wouldn't mind taking on eShun as he artiste once again if it makes business sense
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Former manager for Ghanaian female artiste eShun, Stephen Mensah has stated that he is opened to the possibility of working with the female artiste once again.
For some time now, both eShun and Stephen Mensah have been speaking about their terrible experiences with each other when they were working together
In an interview with Ghanaweb and monitored by YEN.com.gh Stephen Mensah, who is the Chief Executive of Quophimens Musiq label said despite all the allegations leveled against him, he wouldn't mind taking on eShun as he artiste once again if it makes business sense.
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"Did you ever think that BullDog will ever go back to Shatta Wale? Anything is possible, I’m human. When I started working with eShun, did I think this time will come?...You never know, I might be working with eShun again some time to come. It is the more reason why I need not say stuff that will denigrate that brand….Things change, something else may come up that will make business sense to get back together, you never know, anything is possible,” he stated.
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Though he did not delve into his romantic relationship with eShun, he denied allegations of manipulation and body shaming levelled against him by the latter.
Watch the video below:
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Upcoming Ghanaian gospel sensation, Akesse Brempong says the genre needs more attention.
According to him, contemporary gospel music is the best way to market Ghanaian gospel music to the rest of the world.
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In an interview on Class FM and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Akesse Brempong said though there is a shift in the music landscape and gospel music is getting some attention, there is a lot more that can be done.
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