The three best artist managers in Ghana



Lawrence Nana Asiamah Hanson popularly Known as Bulldog is an artiste manager in Ghana.

 He was the long-time manager for controversial Ghanaian Musician Shatta Wale before they fell out.

Richie mensah

Richie Mensah, better known by his stage name Richie, is a Ghanaian singer-songwriter and record producer. After producing records for several artists, Richie setup LynxEntertainment record label and released his debut album All of Me on the label in 2008.

 He has since then gone on to win several awards both as a singer and record producer and is fast establishing himself as one of the biggest names in the Ghanaian music industry. Richie set up Lynx Entertainment in 2006 and became the first artist signed to the record label. He went on to sign ASEM, OJ Blaq, Irene Logan, Eazzy, Zigi and MzVee as well as producing for and collaborating with Tinny, Okyeame Kwame, VIP, Praye, Bradez, Irene and Jane, Obour, Becca and several other big names in the Ghanaian music industry.

He also worked on Originality the third album of Nigerian R&B star Faze. The artistes on the record label have had critical and commercial success with songs such as "Frema", "Pigaro", "Runaway", "Wengeze", "No More Kpayor", "You Say Wey Tin" and "One Gal" with the label winning the "record label of the year" award at the Ghana Music Awards in 2009. In 2010, the artistes on the Lynx Entertainment record label Richie, ASEM, OJ Blaq, Eazzy and Zigi collaborated on Africa's Moment, which was featured on Hello Afrika, Sony Music's release in conjunction with the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. The song was also featured in the Vodafone advert that staged the first ever flashmob in West Africa. Richie continues to nurture young talent and has established "Lynx School of Arts", a performing arts school in Ghana for talented people looking to enter the entertainment business.

In 2012, he signed an all female group called D3 to his Lynx Entertainment record label. The group, released hit singles such as 'Good Girls Gone Bad' and 'Gyani Gyani' before splitting at the end of 2013 due to educational commitments of the young group members. The lead singer of the group, MzVee was subsequently signed to the record label as a solo artiste and has gone on to release two albums, Reveelation in 2014 and Verified in 2015, to commercial and critical acclaim.

Richie is also a mentor on MTN's Hitmaker, Ghana's largest music talent show The show which launched in 2012 is now in its eighth season.

Glen Gyan

Glen is passionate about showcasing the incredible musical talent that exists across the African Continent. Over the past decade, Glen has developed a unique ear for music artists from untapped markets and has a proven track record in developing/bringing those artists to the global stage.

Glen is the founder of an innovative entertainment platform based in Ghana - Ground Up Chale.

As a driving force behind African youth culture, Glen and his team specialize in:

-Identifying talent across the African Continent

-Developing talent and providing an environment that encourages creative freedom

-Funding and masterminding music and video projects that are consumed globally

-Turning unknown amateur artists into household names such as Kwesi Arthur