Ma-E Starts Up on His New Album, CashTime, Relationship With K.O & More

Ma-E Starts Up on His New Album, CashTime, Relationship With K.O & More

Ma-E Starts Up on His New Album, CashTime, Relationship With K.O & More
Rapper Ma-E who just published a new album has opened up on his former label, his relationship with previous business partner K.O and more. Read extracts from the interview below

On taking abuse after Cashtime’s demise

“I got a lot of negativity of social media and the people associated. I took a knock. I was part of the business and the fact that I had dropped an album while things were happening and people were leaving. People were saying that I couldn’t run a company and that I could not be a businessman and artists at the equal time,” he said.

On not being able to lead Cashtime

“You speak something, and also you suggest something. However two other people are going any other path, so the employer is going that way. At the quiet of the day, while the entirety falls aside, everybody has to take the blame. I additionally needed to take the blame due to the fact I became not strong enough. I wasn’t harsh enough as a pacesetter. I didn’t combat things I must have.”

On his new 212 album

“It becomes a surprise for fans due to the fact I even have promised all of them 12 months that I could be liberating music after what happened with Cashtime. For me, this album is set displaying people that you can pass on and appearance forward. That is me; I know that after matters are terrible, I simply have to move on and pray to God that things will work out. And they have got.”

On His relationship with K.O

“He is my brother. I call him all the time, and we talk out our careers. In a commercial enterprise, things didn’t pass properly, but he’s going to remain my brother. He knows what he did wrong, and I know what I did wrong. However, I still rely on him and fee his recommendation.”

On His relationship with his brother Ntukza

“We call each other at all time, and he is my blood. People have moments (where they fight), but you have to speak if you are family, There were awkward moments, but we had to speak because we are blood brothers. Now we have settled our differences, and we are all good.”

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