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I Now Sell Bread — Music Producer Hammer
 
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07-May-2018  
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Legendary Ghanaian music producer Hammer of the Last Two Music Group has revealed that his switch to selling A1 Bread has made him a hell of a lot more money than he ever made during his career in showbiz.

Hammer, known for his groundbreaking beats and discovering some of the biggest stars this industry has ever seen, appeared on Starr Fm recently to talk about his mini career switch and the benefits he has been accruing since becoming a bread salesman.

Hammer currently works with A1 bread company, headed by Godfred Obeng Boateng, who shot to fame a couple years ago after John Dumelo bashed him on social media.

Speaking on Starr FM, Hammer said: “Selling A1 bread is making me more than I made in music.”

Revealing how he started working with A1, Hammer said he took a vision of expanding the A1 company to Accra to the CEO, who agreed.

He said the two of them are interested in changing lives through empowering the youth.

“He (Godfred) watched me change people’s lives and he has done similar in his industry. I’ve known him for a while in Kumasi; I told him the potential in Accra and I told him about why he needs to set up in Accra and so he gave me the task and I made sure that A1 bread in Accra exists,” Hammer said.

“Most of the people selling on the streets are my rappers. People who want to rap; who worry me they have a demo; they are all making money now.

“…This is the first time I am starting something from scratch and ending up on someone’s dining table. It is so interesting.” he added.
 
 
 
 
 

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