BUGALUU ENTERTAINMENT DROPS MAKAN & PRINCE KEEMO FROM THE LABEL
Bugaluu Entertainment drops Makan & Keemo from the label for misconduct and disregard of the company’s rules and regulations.
B.B Bugaluu, the CEO of the Company, a Veteran Musician from Takoradi, Western Region of Ghana, returns from America in 2015 and identifies some potential musicians who he promised to assist.
On 2nd Feb, 2016, Bugaluu Entertainment was officially launched as a full audio/visual company with intent to groom and promote actors, models and musicians from the Western Region.
No Artist was officially signed as the company intends to develop these talents and eventually sign them on. The opportunity was rather given to six untamed talents to explore and master the art of music with the facilities available at the ultra modern studio by the company, initially located at Race Course, now at Anaji.
They have produced lots of good songs!
In 2018, the company determines it is time to start making videos for the numerous songs recorded by the artists, and shot two official videos for songs which featured the four main arts in the label, including Makan, Prince Keemo, D.Lovers, Blaac MCs and B.B Bugaluu, with exception of Ikaba & Evidence whose videos are scheduled to be shot later this year.
On 16th August, the management discovered an indecent attitude perpetuated by Makan and Prince Keemo, which threatens; with intent to harm the company’s image, blaming the label for not giving them the proper attention and promotion they require. To that effect, the CEO of the company resolves to dissolve both artists from the record label.
NOTE: Makan and Prince Keemo no longer belong to the label; dealing with them in relation to Bugaluu Entertainment is self detrimental.
We at Bugaluu Entertainment wish both artists the best in their career. We had good time, even when it’s tough.