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Rapper Teephlow in a Comfortable Lead: Signs Four Year Deal with Spyderlee Entertainment
Rapper Teephlow in a Comfortable Lead: Signs Four Year Deal with Spyderlee Entertainment

Teephlow born Lukeman Baidoo has signed a four-year deal with management of Spyderlee Entertainment, a record label under Group Nduom at a press conference on Wednesday, December 14 2016 at the Coconut Groove Regency Hotel in Accra.

The rapper who was groomed by legendary music producer, Hammer of The Last 2 in his address expressed his excitement for joining the record label.

“This is the day the Lord has made and we must definitely rejoice and be glad in it. I feel privileged to be part of such a big family. I want to use the opportunity to thank each and every one that has been part of my brand since the days of KNUST. I want to thank Hammer for the grooming and the support he has given me. I’m hopeful and optimistic about this project. I have a strong feeling that with this connection between Teephlow and Spiderlee Entertainment, we can build a better brand and a bigger image. I know Ghanaians are graving for more but I just want to remind you that there’s a lot more coming from where I have already served you” he stated.

Executives at Spyderleee Entertainment promised to put measures in place to boost the career of the rapper for the next four years.

President of MUSIGA, Bice Osei Kufour popularly known as Obour also addressing the press said he was happy to hear from Hammer days ago that Spyderlee Entertainment has expressed interest in his act, Teephlow and that he is ready to hand him over.

He also lauded Group Nduom for investing in the Ghanaian music industry, and called on other cooperate bodies emulate. Obour finally tasked Teephlow’s new management to project him as they have promised in order to help the Ghanaian music industry.

The Last man standing, Hammer, of The Last Two also commended Sypderlee Entertainment for expressing interest in the young rapper.

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