It’s been three months since Hiplife artiste, Kofi Kinaata and his label, High-Grade family parted ways. Since then, the musician claims he has been approached by not less than 10 individuals and record labels.
However, according to him, none of them has been able to meet his demands leaving him still label-less.
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“The brand Kofi Kinaata is big and I need a record label or individual who will lift my brand to the next level and not bring it down. That is why I have had to turn those who approached me down,” he said when he chatted with Showbiz recently.
In an interview soon after he left High-Grade, the Confession hitmaker told Showbiz he needed a serious manager who would take his brand to higher heights and he insists that is still his number one priority.
“All I demand is someone who can get me good deals and take me international,” he said.
Kinaata said as much as he wants to be signed on he will not rush and make the mistake of signing onto just any record label.
In response to what his biggest regret is since he started music, Kofi Kinaata revealed that it is featuring on a bad song.
“Sometimes the comments I hear when I feature on a bad song gets to me so much that I wish I had never collaborated with the artiste,” he noted.
On his plans for this year, he said although he is in the studio recording, he is working at addressing criticisms from his fans.
“Some of the complaints are that I don’t shoot a lot of music videos, stage concerts and sing for the ladies.
“I personally sang Sweetie Pie for the ladies and staged the Made In Taadi concert because the complaints were becoming too much.
Now I am working on shooting a lot of music videos just to satisfy them” he said.
Known for hit ongs like Susuka, 24th, Sweetie Pie, Single and Free among others, Kofi Kinaata says he is single and looking for a cute lady to date.