Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson, also known as Bullgod, is an outspoken showbiz expert from Ghana. He has taught Ghanaian musicians how important it is to sign with record labels.
He says that musicians can’t get the success they want or take their careers to higher levels without the help and resources they get from their record labels.
In an interview on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz with Doreen Avio, Bullgod said that Burna Boy, a Nigerian singer who won a Grammy, is a great example of how a record label can help someone become successful.
He said that Burna Boy’s success and fame in the music industry would not have been possible without the help of the record label he is signed to.
“Without a label, Burna Boy won’t be able to do what he’s doing,” he said.
Bullgod also said that Black Sherif’s new album “The Villain I Never Was” is likely to do better on the market than Shatta Wale’s “GOG Album” and Sarkodie’s “Jamz Album” because he is signed to the record label Empire Entertainment.
“Black Sherif will reach more people than Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, and the others. He’s signed with a label with a bigger audience,” he said.