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Dont bring your girlfriend to my studios - Da Hammer

Don’t bring your girlfriend to my studios – Da Hammer

Kofi Dekye Acquaye 2 months ago 0

Legendary Ghanaian music producer Edward Nana Poku Osei, better known by his stage name Hammer, has advised artists wishing to collaborate with him not to bring females into the recording studio. 

In an interview with 3Music TV on April 4, Hammer revealed the relationship he has with the musicians he collaborates with as well as the method behind his magical sound production.

The artistry of the songs he produces, he explained, comes from his painstaking attention to detail, pursuit of perfection, and refusal to put up with carelessness in the artists he works with.

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“I am a very detailed person. Everyone is aware of the fact that I am a student, so the first thing they say about me is, “Do not bring a girl to the studio.”

“I will not care whether a girl is present or not if you bring a girl to the studio to impress her and you are not careful. I will check you like a student. So if you don’t want to be embarrassed, don’t bring anybody,” he said.

Hammer said that he is committed to his work because he wants to make sure that the song and the performer receive positive reviews from the general public.

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He went on to say that the artists in question’s attitude and ego are the only things impeding such successes.

“People feel intimidated when they’re recording with me because my job is to make you shine. No compromises… If you do something that is not good, I will tell you spot on. I need to make sure that when you go out there, nobody can diss you.

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“It can cost you a lot if you come to my studio with your entourage and your ego. So leave it (your ego) at the door, take your paper and pen and come and learn,” he added.

As the CEO and founder of The Last Two Music Group, he is recognized for having played a pivotal role in the ascent of numerous well-known Ghanaian hip-hop and hip-life artists, such as Obrafour, Tinny, Kwaw Kese, Sarkodie, and Ayigbe Edem.

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