The head of Record Masters, James Korsha-Brown, who is both a banker and entrepreneur with over a half-decade’s worth of experience in show business. He has worked with other Ghanaia acts including Dr Cryme, Chemphe and Ghana’s most popular rapper Sarkodie.
His current collaboration with Eno brings him together with a rapper once again. Eno has been hailed as possibly the best female rapper in Ghana by some; she has been called the Ghanaian Nicki Minaj after the colourful American rapper. Her career began on a freestyle contest on radio where she placed fourth. Her contract with Record Masters will cover branding—a key area in the management of today’s artists.
Sandra Huson is a popular face and name for the jazz loving people of Ghana. The singer has performed at some of the best venues for jazz in the capital city, Accra. She has performed at the Golden Tulip Hotels in Accra and Kumasi. She has also performed at the famous +233 Jazz Bar and Grill. Huson has worked as the soprano vocalist for the Accra Symphony Orchestra, and performed at the last edition of the Live in Accra Jazz and Highlife festival.
Record Masters will be representing both artists. According to the firm, “In today's world, everyone can publish what they want, release a song or an act... But there's so much noise that begs the question; how do you cut through the noise?”
With the new management deal, both Eno and Huson will be hoping to cut through that noise because, as the firm itself claims, “is perfectly fit to help talent brands cut through the noise and get what they're due.”