Ogee Flemer Tee, T- Blaze has confirmed in a recent interview that no artist can survive sincerely in the music industry without the help of a major sponsor. Over the years controversies has been spanked as to whether many artist do depend on sponsors for survival or not with just a few coming out to disclose the hard truth.

The Hiplife rap artist disclosed in an interview session on Accra 100.5 fm with Dj Premier on the show ‘Entertainment Capital’, that most artist depend on sponsors for survival of which he shared his personal experience  of how he lost a major sponsor by a lady who snitched on him almost bringing his career to an end.

“In the industry you need a sponsor in other to survive. I had a couple of them but i had a major one and i just don’t  want to mention her name. I was 24 years and she was 28 very rich. She actually took care of all my studio and production  expenses in London. She was actually trying to sell me to the international  market. For London it cost almost about 300 pounds and above for a studio session. So to have someone to pay for  your rent and studio expenses that’s  really lovely. But you know this your Ghanaian  Pharisees whiles you trying yo be nice with them as part of your job description, they end up snitching on you. That was what brought about the break up with my sponsor which nearly ended my music career. And bear in mind that they are a kind of people when the trust is broken that’s  all nothing can bring them back”. He explained

When asked by the host who also doubles as a disc jocker  if he intends featuring any local artiste now that he is back in Ghana, he did mention that  he had plans of featuring Kuami Eugene of which he believes  he  could be the next big thing in GH as well as King Promise who he described as respectful and humble.


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