Ghanaian musician, Shadrack Adjei, well known as Naterial has taken a swipe at his former manager, Yosef Appiah, well known as Quick Action for squandering his GHS100,000 prize he won from the maiden edition of the MTN Hitmaker.
Naterial won the MTN Hitmaker for the first time in 2012, defeating three other participants, Miriam, ATM (Atimbila), and Chiki. He returned home with a GHC100,000 recording contract, a promotional package for a year, and other mementos.
He was dubbed the next great thing in Ghanaian music and a bright star after winning the competition, but his chances changed when he was turned over to Quick Action to handle him.
Despite the fact that he had his first hit with Samini two years later with “Adoley,” poor management nearly ended his career.
During an interview with David Mawuli on Pulse Gh, Naterial said that Quick Action’s behavior has taught him a lesson, and from now, he will be moving on with his new management.
Naterial believes he might have become one of the most popular singers right now if Quick Action’s poor management hadn’t nearly put him out of business. Quick Action, he claimed, squandered his money and even spent it on a new vehicle without paying the pack.
He claimed that Quick Action appeared on radio broadcasts lying about settling their disagreements, but that the truth about how he squandered the reward he won from the reality show has yet to be revealed.
In response to a recent interview with Quick Action over Naterial’s whereabouts, the musician fumed by saying that the producer needed to grow up and quit acting like a child.