I was homeless when I recorded my first hit song – Bullet


CEO of Rufftown records, Ricky Nana Agyemang was prominently known as Bullet says he recorded his originally hit melody in somebody’s carport.

Portraying his past life on “Behind the Fame” appear with Lexis Bill on Joy FM, Monday, Bullet said he used to be a road kid who “never figured I would make it throughout everyday life.”

As per him, he lived with rapper Akan, who was a piece of team Ruff n Smooth, at the time where they were bankrupt and had no cash to lease a home.

Slug disclosed to Lexis that, he and Akan chose to move their first hit, “Swagger”, to vocalist Mimi Andani for about GH₵ 1,000 in light of the fact that “we needed to utilize GH₵600 to lease and the GH₵400 left to record more melodies.”

At the point when Lexis asked Bullet whether he had ever become bankrupt throughout everyday life, he stated, “I was down and out since day 1. Lost my mother at 1 year old and my father had likewise passed on. I remained with individuals as a houseboy. I have been in the roads and rested on tables at Kwame Nkrumah Circle,”.


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