ECOWAS Youth Ambassador Apologizes To Stonebwoy, Sarkodie and Shatta Wale
Ghanaian artiste, Luminary DMR, has rendered an unqualified apology on live television and radio to Ghanaian frontline artistes whom he offended in a radio interview some two ago. The young artiste, who hails from the Northern part of the Volta Region, got him a five year distribution deal with the Universal Music Group through his “Cannabis” hit song.
The young multitalented artiste was on Power FM’s Power Entertainment with host, Agyemang Prempeh. He then decide to drop to his knees to tearfully apologize to the two top Dancehall artistes in Ghana and Ghana’s most decorated rapper. The Ecowas Youth Ambassador also pleaded with these established Ghanaian artistes to consider featuring on his songs. He is currently on a media tour to promote his brand and his new projects.
The well travelled Ghanaian artiste spoke about the hardship he has faced in the quest of promoting his music in Ghana after his words against these three top Ghanaian artistes. He also saw his first verified page being sanctioned.
The Afro-fusion and non-indigenous musician, who came for the interview in a moon jacket is certified by Universal Records and also signed as an ECOWAS Youth Ambassador.
The Agyeiwaa hit maker recounted his struggles before and during the period he moved to Accra to seek for greener pastures but he is very comfortable now with his financial capacity. He also went on confirm being a Freemason and how helpful that has being to him.
‘Kaywa was the first producer I worked with in my career and I am grateful to Highly Spiritual Group for trying to fight for me’ the young man said as he shows appreciation for the love displayed by the music producer.
Luminary DMR, who confirmed that he used to smoke, mentioned Diana Hamilton as the Ghanaian gospel artiste, with whom he would love to have a collaboration. He has met the adorable Gospel singer prior to this interview in the Highly Spiritual Studios, owned by Kaywa.
The singer finally pleaded with Ghanaians to patronize his music as he is in the Ghanaian Music Industry to stay.