CRYME OFFICER became a household name on the first day of his introduction to the music industry via OGB Records. He might even be the only musician in the history of Ghana music to have achieved that, and honestly, he enjoyed every part of it.
The props that surrounded his signing day and event shot his name to another height in the music industry, even before he dropped a single under the label. Ever since, that very fateful day in the company of the executives of the record label, led by musician and businessman, Ogidi Brown, he has worked to maintain his spot.
However, he admitted during our interview with him on FRONT VIEW, the challenges of getting to the top and solidifying a position there, don’t come on a silver platter but with hard work and a lot combining factors that will take much time, but will eventually yield fruits.
Music and the business associated with it requires sacrifice and CRYME OFFICER is abiding by all these rules without hesitation. He further shared the five-strong key elements that keep him on his toes constantly – they include Determination, Self-Respect, Self-Discipline, Hard Work and Prayer.
Pushing forward in the music industry with these elements in his head, makes working and love for his craft grow every single day. And true to his words, he has released hit singles like the debut one under OGB Records – FAKYE assisted by Ogidi Brown, before returning with SIKA DURO – a solo effort, GOOD WOMAN – celebrating women around the world.
CRYME OFFICER’s career is just about taking off and he has his luggage ready to embark on that journey.
Watch him throw more light on his life and music below: