In a bid to sustain the legacy of his late daughter, Mr. Nana Opoku Kwarteng aka Starboy Kwarteng has set up a music record label dubbed Bony to the World. Just like every other record label, Starboy looks forward to giving the platform to fledgling singers to become superstars. Starboy Kwarteng currently has two signees on Bony to the world records. Kim Maureen, who was the first to be signed on the label in 2020. With Maureen on the label is a talented male rapper, Summer rains, who was signed in March, 2021.
Early this year, Kim Maureen clashed with his boss, Starboy Kwarteng after she was accused of being Lazy and dormant since joining the label. Kim Maureen branded the accusations as false and lamented how she was mistreated by the record label CEO, Starboy Kwarteng. However, the label has shown glimpses of hope after fledgling rapper summer rains joined.
The young artists has been described by Starboy Kwarteng as a multi-talented singer and has promised to Ghanaians to expect something big from the singer. Summer rains announced his presence with a tribute song to the late Ebony Reigns and was followed by another single tittled, "Real Hustle". The latest song released by the promising rapper is "I go sign" which is made it to the airwaves. Starboy Kwarteng recently implored Ghanaians to give Summer rains the support they gave to her daughter to enable him thrive.
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