Xcess Music, a music business entity has issued a press release to put to rest the confusion that emanated on Ghana’s political and media landscape in recent times about Farouk Mahama son of the late Vice President Alhaji Aliu Maham releasing a song title “pressure” to attack President Mahama.

The press statement which was signed by the communications director, Mr Benjamin Oppong established that Pressure was written and performed by Pharuk jbreal, the frontline artiste under the management of Xcess music and there is no link between the artiste, the song and Alhaji Aliu Mahams son

The statement also asserted that the song is not intended for political purposes, but rather to highlight the challenges that many individuals and professionals face in their daily endeavors

The outfit was quick to admit that the faceless cover art and the name of the company’s CEO influenced such reportage and further explained that the approach was to release the song in accordance with the company’s timelines while allowing Pharuk Jbreal to gradually retreat from some corporate engagements.

Pressure is a bonus track off Pharuk Jbreal’s Zongo King Mixtape which is set to be released on 7th February this year to pave way for his Zongo Against Malaria project, which will take him to Zongo communities in Ghana to share information on Malaria Prevention and treatment.

The company further emphasis that their doors are open for any discussion with the media for accurate reportage for mutual benefits.

Xcess Music is a division of Xcess Entertainment Group was founded in 2010 by Kwamena Tetteh an investment banker and Farouk Khailann, an entreprenuer. The company seeks to be one of the biggest and most successful entertainment outfits in Africa. The company operates with three subsidiaries namely Xcess music, Xcess events and Xcess movies

The group is passionate about creating a world class entertainment brand by leveraging the urban culture in Ghana to create convincing content which can be packaged for film, events and music while remaining relevant and profitable.

Listen to pressure: Pressure (Feat Cabum & Tijani) (Prod by Cabum)

Souce: Adwoa Boadu Agyeaman (Freelance journalist)