Papi Finally Reveals Why The 5Five Music Group Collapsed

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Ghanaian musician, Luther Azamati, known in showbiz as Papi, has finally revealed why the 5Five music group collapsed.

5Five, a Ghanaian music group, was made up of Papi and Killy, also known as Jeffery Opoku Agyekum.

They were known for hit songs like ‘African Gurl’, ‘Muje Baya’ and others.

Sadly, they parted ways some years ago, but what caused their separation was not known.

Speaking in an interview with Mona Gucci on Onua TV that Newshuntermag.com has come across, Papi disclosed that they could not be successful as a group after their contract with Bullhaus Entertainment expired.

“We were with Bullhaus. If you have management, they always push you on your toes to do something. But in 2012, our contract with Bullhaus entertainment expired. So we started doing our own thing and then realised it was difficult. Before, we thought we could do it ourselves because we thought it was easy,” he revealed.

The musician further advised young artistes.

“You might think you reach. There are people behind you pulling the strings. Maybe even for this interview, Bullgod would have been the one to arrange this meeting. So these are the petty, petty things they do behind the stages.”

Papi and the CEO of Bullhaus Entertainment, Bulldog have been fighting with music producer, Appietus after he put songs of 5Five online without their consent.

Papi of 5Five

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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