- Yaw Tog, in an interview with Kwadwo Sheldon, addressed comments made by members of the Asakaa Boys about him
- The musician shared that he did not betray the Asakaa Boys like the way Jay Bahd and other members suggested
- Yaw Tog revealed that he opted out of signing a contract with the Asakaa Boys because he did not agree with certain clauses in the contract
Ghanaian music sensation Yaw Tog, in an exclusive interview with Kwadwo Sheldon, addressed the recent controversy surrounding him and the Asakaa Boys. The musician took the opportunity to set the record straight and shed light on the circumstances that led to the rift.
During the interview, Yaw Tog refuted claims made by some members of the Asakaa Boys, including Jay Bahd, suggesting that he had betrayed the group. The young artiste clarified that his decision not to sign a contract with the Asakaa Boys' record label was not an act of betrayal but rather a result of a disagreement over certain clauses in the proposed agreement.
The controversy sparked when Jay Bahd and others insinuated that Yaw Tog's decision not to be an official member of the group was a breach of trust. However, Yaw Tog explained that his decision was made from a business perspective.
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The musician also highlighted that he values the Asakaa Boys and views them as brothers, mentioning that there was no bad blood between them. He added that the boys did not have a deep understanding of the music business.
Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh weighs in Asakaa Boys and Yaw Tog Issue
Music analyst and executive Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh has weighed in on the Asakaa Boys and Yaw Tog issue, highlighting the importance of a lawyer when signing a music contract. Speaking to YEN.com.gh, he said:
Before you sign a contractual agreement it is important to have a lawyer present even though it is expensive, but it is even more expensive to sign the wrong contract. Having a lawyer read through your contract helps protect your interest.
Asakaa Boys get cosign from Lil Durk
In another story, Ghana's Asakaa Boys continue to spread their influence globally after coming on the scene a few years ago.
News of Lil Durk jamming to O'Kenneth's new song has taken the internet and the genre's fans by storm.
The song is from O'Kenneth and Xlimkid's joint project Pain in Glory released a few months ago.
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