Ghanaian music duo, Keche has stated that they did not record any huge success when they were signed onto GB Records owned by George Britton.
Keche Andrew and Joshua made this known when speaking in an interview with Zion Felix on the ‘Uncut Show’.
Joshua explained that George helped to sustain the label but getting a hit song eluded them.
They, however, mentioned ‘Diabetics’ as the only big song they got during their time with George Britton as a manager.
When they were asked about monetary gains, Keche Andrew said a portion of the money gained during the Spyder Lee Entertainment era came to them—as the record label had the huge cut. He admitted that the label helped them and they also helped in selling the Spyder Lee brand.
The duo divulged they didn’t sack George Britton after the landed a deal with GEM Media but he left to take care of other personal businesses.
Keche Andrew and Joshua reiterated that their former manager is just like a family member.
Watch the full interview below.
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