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Why I Don’t Allow Artistes To Bring Their Girls To My Studio- Hammer

Hammer has emphasized his principled nature by implementing a rule that restricts artists from bringing their girlfriends to the studio during recording sessions.

The legendary producer, during his appearance on the esteemed 3Music TV channel, known for its exclusive focus on entertainment topics, firmly stated that any artist who disregards this rule will be treated like a student, and any resulting embarrassment will be solely their responsibility.

“I am a very detailed person. One thing everybody knows about me is ‘Don’t bring a girl to the studio,’ because when you come to my studio, you are a student.

“If you bring a girl to the studio to impress her and you’re not careful, I will check you like you’re a student and I won’t care whether or not there’s a girl there. So if you don’t want to be embarrassed, don’t bring anybody,” he said during the interview.

Hammer conveyed that his commitment to his profession originates from his aspiration to guarantee that both the artist and the song receive accolades from the public. He further stated that these achievements are solely impeded by the arrogance and demeanor of the artists involved.

“People feel intimidated when they’re recording with me because my job is to make you shine. No compromises… If you do something that is not good, I will tell you spot on. I need to make sure that when you go out there, nobody can diss you.

“It can cost you a lot if you come to my studio with your entourage and your ego. So leave it (your ego) at the door, take your paper and pen and come and learn,” he added.

Source – Tru News Report


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