Quamina MP, a musician, has claimed that his separation from GroundUpChale was mutually agreed upon.
The Wiase Y. D. hitmaker stated in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz that he was not fired from the label as had been rumored.
He said that after working under the record label for a while, he and his labelmates Kwesi Arthur, Kofi Mole, and Twitch4eva made the decision to depart.
“I wasn’t fired by GroundUpChale. Nobody was fired. We all felt it was time to leave so we left,” he said.
He claims that Ground Up’s assistance allowed him to release songs like Wiase Y. D., Party, and Amanfour Girls, which became a massive smash.
Additionally, he mentioned that the label assisted him with additional things he need as a developing artist to have his music recognized, like having videos shot for him.
“GroundUpChale shot 3 videos for me, but I paid back. They were also granting studio support and song uploads and stuff.”
Quamina MP continued by saying that despite leaving the label, he is grateful for the assistance he received from it. He called his experience working for the company “an amazing one.”
Quamina MP is now in the nation promoting his new EP, Warm Up, which he debuted at Ghana Party in the Park in the UK a few weeks ago.
There are six amapiano tracks on the EP.
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