Criss Waddle claimed in an interview with Fiifi Pratt on Kingdom FM that he travelled to the United States of America in 2010 and met a producer named Deep Beatz, who approached him and requested him to record some beats he provided him so they could put out songs since he was in love with his skill.
He added that the producer had his own studio, so recording was simple for him, and they were able to release a few tracks. However, over the course of their business, the producer introduced him to Medikal, and they connected via digital means.
Criss Waddle disclosed that Medikal asked for his assistance in promoting his music, but because he was a member of Omar Sterling’s record label, R2Bees, at the time, he thought it would be prudent to establish his own record label in order to sign Medikal and provide him with the necessary support, which is what inspired the formation of AMG Business.
He revealed that when he released his first hit song “Ayi,” he did not contact any radio station in Ghana for promotion, but Medikal notified him that he heard the song on YFM just a few days later.
Criss Waddle went on to say that because his song was one of the most popular in Ghana in 2012, he returned for certain gigs and collaborated with Medikal as well.
Watch the interview below: