Paying for Your Music Video Under A Label Is No Big Deal, Stop Making Noise About It – Mr Logic Blasts ‘Arrogant’ and ‘Ungrateful’ Kelvynboy

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Entertainment pundit Mr Logic has attacked Kelvynboy for his arrogance and being ungrateful to Stonebwoy despite all the help the latter gave to him.

According to him, Kelvynboy’s complaint that he paid 80% of the cost for music videos whilst on the label is no big deal because it happens everywhere.

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The Stonebwoy-Kelvynboy romance finally came to an end this week after the latter was kicked off the Burninton Music Group label.

Since then, he has been badmouthing Stonebwoy, calling him a coward and revealing that he even had to pay for his own music videos whilst on the label.

But responding to that, Logic said there’s nothing bad about that for Kelvynboy to be complaining about it.

“Talking about the video payment, I think it is not a big deal…there is something we call franchise. People are signed onto labels and they are basically using the labels to build themselves.

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“So if you pay for a video under a label it is not like you are funding yourself. I am sure the label was not ready to invest in him until they realized that the guy is good, we need to start pushing him,” Logic opined.

He added: “Maybe Stonebwoy paid for some videos when he was under Highgrade. It happens. When I was working with some artistes, they paid for stuff.”

Mr Logic has in the past made clear that the exposure Kelvynboy got by being on BHIM is greater than anything else and cannot be quantified. In fact, he once said that if not for Stonebwoy no one in Ghana would have known who Kelvynboy, which is certainly true.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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