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Ray James discusses his departure from Rufftown Records.

Ray James, a Ghanaian Afropop artist who was previously signed to Bullet’s Rufftown Records, has revealed why he left the label.

According to him, he left the record label due to some misunderstandings with his manager at the time, which led him to believe it was time to quit.

“It wasn’t about money or publicity, but it was a misunderstanding between two people, and he (Bullet) pulled me into the whole mess even though I wasn’t involved, so I just decided to back out,” he said in an interview with Foster Romanus on e.TV Ghana’s Late Nite Celebrity Show.

He mentioned that the way things progressed did not feel right to him, which affected his decision to quit the label.

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Ray James said that he did not want any scandal to be associated with him or his work, which is why he left the record label.

“I wanted people to focus on my music rather than the misunderstandings,” she said. Even, the way things went down, it just didn’t seem like the best place for me,” he explained.

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