CEO Pryme, an American-based Ghanaian business magnate and owner of EZ Streets Records, has met with Ghanaian media mogul Bola Ray.
The meeting was eye-opening and provided him with an opportunity to identify Ghanaian talents worthy of his investment as a record label boss new to the Ghanaian music industry.
The meeting, which took place at Bola Ray’s office, saw the music investor recount his experiences in the American music industry as well as his reasons for returning “home” to support emerging artists.
CEO Pryme is well-known in the music industry for everything from songwriting and singing to being a producer and an expert in artist branding.
Because of his love of music, he founded the EZ Street record label to invest in musicians who are ready to excel at their craft.
His experiences working as a music brand expert at one of the most renowned record labels in the United States, he claims, inspired him to impact young talents with his EZ Street Records.
The corporate headquarters of EZ Street are in the United States and Ghana.
The label is positioning itself to be the global leader in music-based entertainment.
EZ Street Records is currently looking to sign more Ghanaian musicians who want to take their careers to the next level.
He was born in Ghana to Fante parents from Saltpond in the central region and raised in the United States.
He has a Master’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Bridgeport and owns several businesses in America.
CEO Pryme began his career as a musician.
He was signed to one of Atlanta Music Records’ subdivisions.
He has worked on a few mixtapes and EPs and has songs with well-known musicians such as French Montana, Gucci Mane, 50 Cent, Fat Joe, and many other popular American hip-hop artists.