After moving to the United States with his parents when he was two years old, George Graham, known as CEO Pryme, is now back to make a statement in the Ghanaian music industry with his EZ Streets Record label.
According to the business mogul, in collaboration with his record label, EZ Streets is set to inject $10 million into the Ghanaian music industry to make it more attractive to other investors and encourage upcoming talents to be more creative with their craft.
Speaking to CEO Pryme, he said he has recognised that most musicians in Ghana use their funds to invest in their music craft due to a lack of support from reputable music brands or management.
“This does not help the artiste to grow creatively; EZ Streets records will lessen these burdens and give music people sound minds to work on good music.”
He added that Ghana’s music industry is endowed with great music potential and is mainly hindered by a lack of investment and proper management, “There is a huge potential for music talents out there if only things are done right.”
However, over the years, governments and individuals have failed to invest their money in music, primarily because of attitudinal issues and some level of supposed “ungratefulness” by creatives.
Pryme is known for everything music, from songwriting to singing to producing to being an expert in artist branding.
He was born in Ghana to Fante parents from Saltpond in the Central Region, and he graduated from the University of Bridgeport with a Master’s Degree in Psychology.
CEO Pryme started as a musician. He was signed to one of the subdivisions of Atlanta Music Records.
He has worked on a couple of mixtapes and EPs and has songs with renowned music stars like French Montana, Gucci Mane, and a lot of popular American hip-hop stars.
Due to his passion for music, he has set up the EZ Street record label to invest in music talents ready to excel with their craft.
His experiences working as a music brand expert at one of the renowned record labels in the US inspired him to impact young talents with his EZ Street Records.
EZ Street’s corporate headquarters are located in the USA and Ghana. The label is gearing up to be the world leader in music-based entertainment.
EZ Street records is looking forward to signing up more Ghanaian music talents willing to take their music global.
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