Unexpectedly, Ghanaians have expressed joy at Lasmid’s choice to reject a contract offer from Naira Marley’s Marlian Music.
When Naira Marley visited Ghana and indicated a strong desire to integrate Lasmid into Marlian Music, rumours about this unforeseen trend started to circulate.
He admitted to liking Lasmid’s music to Andy Dosty in an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM. He continued by saying that he would be honoured to have Lasmid join Zinoleesky, Mohbad, and him on his Marlian Music record company.
However, despite the initial euphoria, the much expected deal never happened, leaving fans and business watchers perplexed as to why the plans were altered.
When tragic news hit the music industry, rumours around Lasmid’s choice to decline joining Marlian Music took an unexpected turn.
The unexpected death of MohBad, a former artist previously associated with Marlian Music, gave rise to concerns and accusations. Some believed that his passing might have been related to disputes over music rights that emerged after he left the record label.
Following MohBad’s tragic demise, many Ghanaians began to reconsider Lasmid’s choice not to join Marlian Music. They viewed this decision as a fortunate escape and speculated that had Lasmid signed with the label, he might have encountered similar challenges and disputes over his music rights, akin to what MohBad had reportedly faced during his tenure with Marlian Music.
Lasmid expressed his condolences for MohBad’s untimely death and alluded to a collaboration between them that may never see the light of day. This revelation stirred a wave of interest and emotions among fans. While some have urged Lasmid to release the unreleased collaboration as a tribute to MohBad, others recognize the complexity of the situation and respect Lasmid’s decision.