Ghanaian talented musician, Kofi Kinaata has disclosed why he parted ways with Samini’s High-Grade Record Label after working together for 5 years.
Born Martin King Arthur in an interview with Arnold Asamoah Badu on ‘Vibes In 5’ said that he left the High-Grade Record Label because their 5 years contract had elapsed.
Kofi Kinaata responding to Arnold Asamoah Badu’s question, “Have you cut ties with High-Grade family?” said:
“Well, in contractual terms, we are done but I still contact them on a personal level to chit-chat”.
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Arnold probing further asked, “So why didn’t you renew your contract with High-Grade record label?”
“Well, they knew I wouldn’t renew my contract, and I believe they had helped a lot, so I felt it was about time I move on, for a new person to also enjoy what I enjoyed.
“Back in Takoradi, I was the undisputed King until High Grade approach me, and told they wanted me to come to Accra, and I took that risk. I left my crown and came to Accra. I believe I’m done here, and it’s about time I move to another level.
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“I’m like Cristiano Ronaldo, and not like Messi who has been at Barcelona for a long time. I want to take risks and explore new things, so I decided not to extend my stay with High-Grade record label”, Kofi Kinaata disclosed.