BKC Music CEO, Michael Asante, popularly known as Boss has revealed that Kweku Flick never disrespected him during a purported rift between them some few months ago.
The news was rife in the media until Saturday over Kweku Flick’s potential exit from the BKC Music label.
Kweku Flick was said to be yearning for a move away from BKC due to his personal reasons, but anything of that sort could not materialize.
The discord between the ‘Money’ crooner and his management team seems to have been quashed as both have agreed to continue working together.
BKC Music published a statement to the general public via social media, positing that Kweku Flick has extended his stay with the family.
In a wide-range interview with Ike Frimpong on Kumasi Chart Box on Orange FM, the BKC CEO, Boss, further explained what transpired and insists the artist never disrespected him.
“I think Kweku was influenced by other people, but it is good he has realized his mistakes,” Boss said.
“Some of the rumors were true, but upon all the problems we had, Kweku Flick never disrespected me.
“I was worried about the internal struggles because we have a clear-cut plan to take his brand to the next level”
Kweku Flick is currently working on his debut EP whose title and release date will be communicated at a later date.
Kweku Flick, Yaw Tog, Kofi Jamar, and others shut down the UK
The stage was set for the biggest Ghanaian showbiz event “Ghana Party in the Park” as top Ghanaian music stars including Yaw Tog, Kweku Flick, Gyakie, Mr. Drew, Amerado, among others thrilled London with intriguing performances.
The Trent Park in London, United Kingdom (UK) came alive on Saturday, July 24, 2021, with Ghanaian music, arts, and culture on display, with thousands expected to be present at the festival.
Supported by the Ghana High Commission UK and Ireland, the annual festival is the biggest Ghanaian event outside of Ghana, enticing visitors from all areas of the globe with Ghanaian arts and food exhibitions alongside musical performances.