George Graham, better known by his stage name Ceo Pryme, has returned to the Ghanaian music industry with his EZ Streets Record label after moving to the United States with his parents when he was just two years old.
In partnership with his record company, EZ Streets plans to invest $10 million ($10,000,000) into Ghana’s music sector, according to the business tycoon.
As a result, it will be more desirable to other investors, as well as a source of inspiration for aspiring artists.
In an interview with CEO Pryme, he acknowledged that most Ghanaian musicians utilise their own money to invest in their talent because respectable music businesses and management do not help them.
READ ALSO: Adolf Tagoe Drops New Hit Song ‘Henyelo Egbeeshi’ Ahead Of Album Release
“This does not aid in the development of the artist’s creative abilities”.
Record labels like EZ Streets are here to relieve these pressures and provide musicians with the mental clarity they need to create great music.
He said that the music industry in Ghana has a lot of promise, but it’s impeded by a lack of investment and good management.
“If only the correct things are done, there is a vast possibility for music talents to be found.”