POSSY B RECORDS SIGNS JAYPEE TO THE RECORD LABEL
Possy B Records focuses on fostering the careers of both new and even established artists in Ghana. The record label made a new signing by bringing in James Paulinous Johnson a.k.a Jaypee as their newest signee ahead of the release of his remixed “KILL IT” tune with apt rapper and VGMA record of the year winner Teephlow. The deal was inked this Sunday 22nd July 2018 in Cape Coast.
JayPee was a bonafide talent adored by rap lovers in Cape Coast before his few months break from music.
This deal represents a step forward for Possy B records as it grows and strengthens its roots in the Central Region.
Mr William Anderson, CEO of Possy B Records believes working with an incredible talent like Jaypee heralds a new era for their vision of pushing hardworking talents and projecting them to the world. He couldn’t be prouder of this partnership as he said. He asked Cape Coasters to support him and that their next releases will be the real bangers in the nation. Finally, he affirmed he will do all possible within his means to support Jaypee’s vision to succeed at the highest level in the industry.
Jay Yorke , the first signee of the record label was thrilled to welcome his comrade into the Possy B family with a short speech that ended with “Big shoutouts to my brother Jaypee, welcome on board and let’s kill this together”
JayPee thanked the board for the alliance and mentioned his signing as the beginning of greater heights. “All I want to do is push Cape Coast forward musically, move to Ghana and finally Africa. It’s a gradual process and as we’ve started, we will surely get there soon” He said….
The event was hosted by Mani Kay of ATL, the P.R.O of Possy B Records and was witnessed by Ekow Simpson of Cape360, Portito GH, Joojoe Seelett of Root House Hype, Alpha Empire and was broadcasted live on ROOT HOUSE TV….
ROOT HOUSE wishes Possy B Records and the Jays (Jay Yorke & JayPee) all the best….
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