“I get countless calls and messages from artistes who want me to manage them” -Richie reveals

Award-winning Ghanaian singer, songwriter and record producer Richie Mensah known in the entertainment industry as Richie has stated that he has been under immense pressure to sign new artists.

According to the record producer, a lot of artists have approached him so he can manage them but he refused because he has enough work on his hands with the artists he is managing currently.

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RICHIE MENSAH, CEO OF LYNX ENTERTAINMENT

“I don’t want to mention names but I get countless calls and messages from artists who want me to manage them but my answer to them is no because I am okay with the artists I have now.

Managing artists is not as easy as some people see it. It takes time and commitment and I am okay with Kuami Eugene, KiDi and MzVee under the Lynx Entertainment Label”, he disclosed.

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Richie also stated that he usually connect these artists who contact him to people who can equally do a good job for them.

“Some of these artists are disappointed and not cool with me but there is nothing I can do about it. I won’t pretend I can do the work because of the profit I will gain, my hands are tied now with the artists I have on my label“, he stated.

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After producing records for several artists, Richie set up Lynx Entertainment record label and released his debut album All of me on the label in 2008.

The CEO of Lynx Entertainment has managed artists including Eazzy, Feli Nuna, Asem, OJ Blaq, Zigi and several others.

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Lizbeth has a B.A in Communication Studies (Journalism option) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She loves to read, travel and has a strong passion for writing.