Hiplife artiste Kofi Kinaata says he is ready to sign on to another record label after ending his five-year journey with talent management firm High Grade Family.

The ‘Confession’ hitmaker in an interview with Hitz FM’s Doreen Avio stated that he is grateful to High Grade family for grooming him into an independent musician.

Explaining why he left the firm, Kofi Kinaata said, “High Grade Family is like a University. You can’t finish university and still stay in school.”

The artiste born Martin King Arthur stressed that he is in the process of putting himself in a good position to attract bigger investors to invest in his talent.

He mentioned that since every CEO has the intentions of attracting investors who will invest in his company, he is focused on making his music attractive to investors.

Kofi Kinaata who is currently promoting his newly released single ‘Things Fall Apart’ added that he is building on the experience he acquired from his former record label to achieve more in his music career.

“High Grade Family has given me the know-how and life skills. I now have to be productive and that’s what I’m doing,” he stated.