The “Susuka” hitmaker, Kofi Kinaata in a report by georgebritton.com has parted ways with High-Grade family–the record label that made him.
Kofi Kinata came into limelight about five years ago and has since been one of the top artistes in the music industry.
The fante rap god who is hailed in Takoradi for his standout type of highlife songs has had issues with his management team and that has led to his refusal to extend his contract agreement with the High-Grade record label.
According to the report by georgebritton.com, they cannot confirm what ignited Kinaata’s break-away from the record label but the truth of the matter is that Kofi Kinaata has parted ways with Samini’s High-Grade family.
For a record signee not to extend his or her contract clearly indicates that there is a problem which perhaps could not be solved.
Kofi Kinaata’s break-way could be one of the numerous incidents where record signees part ways with record labels after they’ve made a name for themselves.
Kofi Kinaata since he came into the limelight has released some hit songs such as, “Last Show”, “Made In Taadi”, “Confession”, “Susuka” and a couple of collaborations with top artistes.