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Ruff N Smooth former manager to organize 1st edition of Music Workshop

Creative Light Empire CEO, Isaac Tetteh Osom is set to come up with a music workshop to help the Ghanaian music industry.

Popularly known as Ike in the showniz circles, he hopes that there will be a massive turn up of up and coming musicians.

Ike is spearheading the first edition of the Music Workshop. He is well-known for helping with the rise of Ruff N Smooth with their top chart song – ‘Swagger’.

Creative Light Empire is well-known media services, artistes management, graphic designs and production.

His outfit also represents musicians/actors and other fields of entertainment across Africa and the world.

The training is also expected to equip Ghanaian musicians on how to utilize the power of the internet to up their game, enhance their productivity, and sell more of their music in the ever-developing global music industry.

The online training is free for all music industry participants, including musicians, producers, artiste managers, entertainment managers, record labels, etc.

Bullet & Ike
Bullet & Ike

The workshop will also be used to discover new talent for upcoming productions locally and internationally.

His artistes – Eunice Danso and Daniel Adjei Darko who he currently manages are also expected to give a brief talk on how working with him has helped their music careers.

The music workshop is set to take place on the 22nd February, 2017 at theZodiac Hotel located at Mile 7, Achimota from 10am to 3pm.

In his final remarks he said: “the goals of my workshop are to provide the most consistent training, comprehension and respect for the craft of music. And I invite everyone to participate.”

Isaac Tetteh Osom has been a successful manager for acts such as Ruff N Smooth, Danso Abiam, Eunice Danso, Stay Jay, Piesie, the late Ghetto KB, Nadjat, Daniel Adjei Darko and many more.

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