Black Avenue Musik (BAM) signee, Eugene Ashie, known in showbiz as Wisa Greid has said that his experience at the Citi FM ‘Decemba 2 Rememba’ concert in 2015 which landed him in court has in no way affected his brand as an artiste.
The ‘Ekiki Mi’ hit maker who has been standing trial since 2016 for allegedly showing off his manhood during a performance on stage at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC), told fylladey.com, that the issue which was in court is having no negativity on his brand and he still gets gigs to perform at events under his new management, BAM, owned by D-Black
He said “There is no way my case in court has affected my career, I still perform at events. The reason why people haven’t heard of any new song from my camp is that, I am working on a new album which I will be releasing soon. But currently I have released a new song dubbed ‘Mama K3 Dada.’”
According to the artiste, his new song was crafted in a manner that will instantly grabs your attention while moving you off your feet. The song which was produced by Dj Breezy is a reminisce of some childhood experiences, when children characterized themselves as mothers and father while playing “ Am wondering which child didn’t play the ‘Mama K3 Dada’ role”
Wisa Greig also cautioned the youth to stay away from hard drugs like tramadol which is capable of destroying their dreams and vision, he said “Personally I do not know anyone who uses Tramadol but my advice to those using it is that, they should refrain from the usage before it gets out of hand”
‘Mama k3 Dada’ is available on all music platforms online.