The record label of Black Sherif, Road Boys Association (RBA) has come out with another statement.
Black Sherif has been in the news lately over issues with his management team.
They denied claims that the ‘Second Sermon’ composer has parted ways with his management in a statement Newshuntermag.com has seen.
RBA mentioned their plans which will ensure the growth of the artiste in Ghana and across the world.
They further called on the masses to treat documents that have popped up online following the issue as false.
“In light of recent speculations and hearsay concerning Black Sherif, EMPIRE and his management we would like to make certain clarifications. Black Sherif is still under his management and has not parted ways as publicized on the various media platforms.
“The management of Black Sherif is focused on further developing the talent and brand of the artiste to ensure 1) growth in Ghana and beyond, 2) development of new fanbases, 3) global protection of artiste’s intellectual property, and 4) 100% ownership of artiste’s masters, as aligned with our vision,” RBA said.
They further stated: “The various interpretations given to the purported documents surfacing online are however false and must be treated as such. There was a consensus ad idem between both parties, and EMPIRE has been undeniably instrumental in the growth and reach of the artiste.
“Furthermore, the actual partnership agreement between EMPIRE and Black Sherif reflects the intent of the artiste, having gone through all the necessary independent reviews and readings before signatures were appended. New music is however OTW, and will answer all remaining questions. Anticipate. RBA for life!”