Ghanaian rapper, Elom Adablah popularly known in showbiz as E.L has said that the last thing he plans to do is manage another artist.
According to him, there’s too much drama that comes with managing someone else that he’s not ready to deal with just yet.
“I am not ready to go through all this drama that comes with managing another artiste. I have so many artists knocking on my door to manage them but I am just not ready for that now.
“Although some of them are very talented, I decline because there are a lot of things I want to achieve in the music career that I haven’t achieved yet,” he told Showbiz in an interview.
The “Kaa bu ame” singer, when asked about his view on the trend of artistes managing other musicians, he said that most new artists tend to be ungrateful in the long run.
“Very few of them are grateful when you lift them up there. The majority forget that you have ever done something for them when they make it.
“Can you imagine an artiste putting his career on hold and helping another artiste only for that person to be ungrateful in future,” he said.
E.L who has been off the scene for a while says that he’s currently working on some projects to be released soon.
He is known for several hit songs including, “Obuu Mo”, “Kaalu”, “One Ghana”, “Auntie Martha”, “Shelele”, “Mi Naa Bo Po”, “Koko” and “KaaBu Ame.”