On Wednesday 21st August, Ayana signed her signature to Zack Entertainment’s record deal inside the label’s lawyer’s Spintex office amidst invited witnesses from both sides and a neutral collective media hub.
The Zack Entertainment management neither made a public disclosure of the album cycle agreed on nor the contract’s exact term to the present media collective, but it hinted that the Ayana deal is a long term contract.
Tied tight to management’s already readied fourth quarter promo plan (without even a week’s delay button), Ayana would be working off a swift start to close the year with a few brand exposure releases which are mainly market-testing mash-up covers prior to the pre-timed releases of her very originals.
Ayana’s music wears no core uni-genre tag, she steps hard through AfroBeats, Dancehall, Reggae Lovers Rock, Hi-Life, WorldMusic and also experiments with alternative music and fuse pieces along the way.
With her top game winning combination of naturally eye-pleasing body features, free-spirit persona, good team player skills, top quality commercial music and smart lyricism backed by a solid hardworking management team, Zack Entertainment confirms that Ayana is a good investment and the label’s is highly optimistic that it won’t take her much later to make massive waves in the music scene (Ghana and beyond).